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Product recall list for the weeks of July 24-30, 2017

Product Recall

For the week of July 24-30, 2017, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recalls of several consumer products, including.

Zorjar Women Scarves recall.

Clothing manufacturer ZORJAR has recalled some 1700 women’s scarves because the items violated federal flammability standards. The scarves, which were sold exclusively via Amazon.com, pose a potential burn risk. Customers should stop using the scarves immediately and contact ZORJAR at jameicheng@163.com to obtain a full refund.

iROver Hoverboard/Scooter Recall

Gadget manufacturer iRover has recalled almost 3000 of its self-balancing hoverboard/scooters because the devices pose a fire hazard. The lithium-ion battery packs in the devices can overheat, which posts a risk of smoke inhalation, fire, and/or explosion. Customers should cease using the hoverboard/scooters immediately and contact iRover at www.iroverus.com to obtain a free replacement battery unit..

Quality foam matress Recall

Mattress manufacturer Quality Foam has recalled more than 12,000 of its mattresses for their failure to meet federal standards for mattress flammability. Consumers should stop using the mattresses immediately and contact Quality Foam at 844-511-3644 to obtain a free mattress cover that will bring the mattresses into compliance with federal standards.

Zorjar Women Scarves recall.

Clothing manufacturer ZORJAR has recalled some 1700 women’s scarves because the items violated federal flammability standards. The scarves, which were sold exclusively via Amazon.com, pose a potential burn risk. Customers should stop using the scarves immediately and contact ZORJAR at jameicheng@163.com to obtain a full refund.

iROver Hoverboard/Scooter Recall

Gadget manufacturer iRover has recalled almost 3000 of its self-balancing hoverboard/scooters because the devices pose a fire hazard. The lithium-ion battery packs in the devices can overheat, which posts a risk of smoke inhalation, fire, and/or explosion. Customers should cease using the hoverboard/scooters immediately and contact iRover at www.iroverus.com to obtain a free replacement battery unit..

Outxpro mosquito zapper lightbulb Recall

Electrical device manufacturer Outxpro has recalled about 3700 of its Mosquito Zapper LED lightbulbs. The bases of the lightbulbs can become detached, thus posing an electric shock hazard. Consumers should stop using the lightbulbs, which were sold exclusively through Amazon.com, immediately, and contact Outxpro at www.outxpro.com to obtain a free repair. Outxpro will also reimburse consumers if the services of an electrician are required to address the problem..

Polaris off highway vehicle Recall

Recreational vehicle manufacturer Polaris has recalled nearly 17,000 of its RZR 170 off-highway vehicles. The vehicles have two defects, both of which pose fuel leak and fire hazards: the neck of the fuel tanks can crack, and/or the wiring harnesses can overheat and short-circuit. Consumers should cease operating the vehicles immediately and contact Polaris at www.polaris.com to schedule a free repair.

Home Good Stuff magnetic dry erase board Recall

Home good manufacturer Really Good Stuff has recalled 1.6 million of its magnetic dry erase boards. The magnetic surface on the boards can separate from the wooden bases, thus posing a laceration hazard. Consumers should stop using the boards immediately and contact Really Good Stuff at www.reallygoodstuff.com to obtain a free replacement.

Netsle waters accupure water dispenser Recall

Nestlé Waters, the parent company of water dispenser company Ready Refresh, has recalled more than 12,000 of its AccuPure water dispensers due to fire and burn hazards that can result from overheating. Consumers should unplug and cease using their dispensers immediately and contact Ready Refresh at www.readyrefresh.com to schedule the installation of a replacement unit.

If you or a loved one has been injured by any recalled product, contact TheLawFirm.com. If you believe you have a case against the manufacturer of a recalled product, contact The LawFirm.com. If you believe you have a case against the manufacturer of a recalled product, contact The LawFirm.com. Please contact us at 1(855) 464-0808 or for a free legal evaluation of your claims today!

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