We know it's the middle of the summer and the last thing you're probably thinking about is Christmas or Christmas trees.

Wait, there are those Christmas in July sales. But we're not talking about that right now.

Even though, you might have got a great deal on this Christmas tree last year at this time at Home Depot.

From our friends at the US Consumer Product Safety Commission:

Willis Electric has issued a recall on the Home Accents Holiday artificial Christmas trees.

It was sold exclusively at Home Depot from June 2019 through December 2019 between $80 to $360.

The problem isn't with the tree itself. Rather, the foot pedal controller to turn the lights on and off.

The Christmas tree’s foot-pedal controller can overheat, posing a burn hazard. (US Consumer Product Safety Commission)

The sold about 99,000 units of this thing and another 5,000 in Canada.

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Consumer Contact:

Willis Electric toll-free at 866-210-5958 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST Monday through Friday, or online at www.williscorporation.com and click on the recall tab for more information. (US Consumer Product Safety Commission)

Consumers should immediately stop using the foot-pedal controller, dispose of it and contact Willis Electric for free replacement foot pedal controller.

The firm has received 509 reports of incidents of overheating involving the foot-pedal controller, including one report of a burn.

Now if you think you have one of these trees, you can check the model number and SKU number on the product label on the Christmas tree cord.

There are a fair amount of varieties of this tree that range from 7.5 feet to 9 feet. Head HERE for a complete list with model numbers and details. 

You can take a look at our gallery and see the parts that are specifically effected by the recall that they will send you a replacement for.