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Your Air Fryer May Have Been Recalled

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We expect our air fryers to cook our food quickly—but not itself in the process. But that’s what the Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning could happen to nearly 12,000 air fryers. The recall is for the Magic Chef Air Fryer Digital Air Fryer oven, in both the black and white models, over a burn and fire hazard warning from overheating.

The air fryers were sold online from July, 2018 through September, 2020 at,,,, and for $115 to $138.

There have been no known incidents or injuries reported so far, according to the CPSC. The model numbers are MCAF56DW for the white model, and MCAF56DB for the black model. “Magic Chef” is printed at the top of the air fryers, and they measure about 13 inches by 15 inches by 14 inches.

What to do if your air fryer has been recalled

If you have the air fryer, you should stop using it immediately and send a picture of the rating label found at the bottom of the fryer to Newair to receive instructions on how to disable it and receive a refund in the form of a credit. If you have a receipt, you can provide that to get a credit for the amount you purchased the air fryer for. If you don’t have a receipt, you will receive a $50 credit.

Register here to participate in the recall. You can contact Newair at (833) 715-1021 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. PT (11 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET) Monday through Friday. If you have an incident with your air fryer or have a product-related injury, report it here or contact the CPSC directly at their hotline, 800-638-2772.


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