Best Buy recalled 772,000 Insignia air fryers and air fryer ovens in the U.S. and Canada on Thursday due to potential fire and burn hazards.

The cooking appliances were recalled by the electronics retailer due to concerns of overheating that could pose the risk of fire and burns. Best Buy has recalled 635,000 units sold in the U.S. and 137,000 in Canada.

The products were sold between November 2018 and February 2022 for $30 to $150 nationwide and online at Best Buy, eBay, and Google.

The recall affects the Insignia Digital Air Fryers, Insignia Analog Air Fryers, and Insignia Digital Air Fryer Ovens.

The eight model numbers for the U.S. include NS-AF32DBK9, NS-AF32MBK9, NS-AF50MBK9, NS-AF53DSS0, NS-AF53MSS0, NS-AF55DBK9, NS-AFO6DBK1, and NS-AFO6DSS1.

Consumers can find the model number on the underside of each unit. The recalled products contain cooking chamber capacities between 3.4 to 10 quarts. The items also have black plastic or plastic and stainless-steel bodies in black and stainless-steel finishes.

The decision to pull the products comes as Best Buy received 36 reports from Canadian consumers and 68 reports from U.S. customers about the products either burning, catching fire, or melting.

Among the complaints are two reports of injuries, including a child’s leg, and seven reports of minor property damage.

Customers in possession of the recalled Insignia air fryers and air fryer ovens are advised to stop using the item and return it to Best Buy.

Consumers will receive a refund in the form of a store credit that can be used on or at Best Buy locations.

Best Buy is reportedly in the process of contacting all known purchasers to organize returns and will provide consumers with pre-paid shipping boxes, labels, and return instructions.

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A Best Buy store is viewed on August 20, 2013 in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images