Because they’ve received “about 200 reports of hot liquid escaping from the brewer,” the makers of Keurig’s Mini Plus coffeemakers have issued a broad recall just in time for the holidays. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says more than 7 million of the machines are in circulation and have been sold at Walmart, Target, and other places in North America since 2009. The company says it will repair the affected machines free of charge. Of the 200 incidents, Keurig says 90 people have been burned, which might also be one reason to cool it with the K-cup pod-verification-system scissor-and-tape hacks. All that stuff voids the warranty, after all.