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Product recall list for the weeks of September 4 -September 17, 2017

Product Recall

For the week of September 4 – September 17, 2017, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recalls of several consumer products, including two items of furniture and a light fixture.

Honda Motocross off-road motorcycle Recall

Vehicle maker Honda has recalled about 5700 of its CRF450R motocross off-road motorcycles, because the vehicles’ transmission gears can break, thereby posing crash and injury hazards. Consumers should cease using the vehicles immediately, and contact a local Honda dealer for a free inspection and free repair. More information is available at

Asherangel childrens nightgowns and pajama Recall

Clothing manufacturer Asherangel has recalled about 950 of its children’s nightgowns and pajama sets. The garments, which were sold exclusively via, fail to meet federal standards for flammability, and thereby pose the risk of burn injuries to children. Consumers should stop using the garments immediately, and should contact to receive a full refund.

Kawasaki All Terain Vehicle Recall

Vehicle manufacturer Kawasaki has recalled some 20,000 of its Brute Force 300 all-terrain vehicles, as their fuel taps and/or carburetors can leak fuel and thereby pose potentially injurious or deadly fire hazards. Consumers should stop using the vehicles immediately and contact Kawasaki at to schedule a free repair.

Ameriwood "mainstays" chest of drawers Recall

Furniture maker Ameriwood Home has recalled a major recall of 1.6 million of its “Mainstays” model chests of drawers, as the units are unstable if not mounted to the wall. (An additional 1000 units have been sold and recalled in Canada.) The chests pose serious tip-over hazards that can result in deaths or injuries to children. Consumers should contact to receive a free wall-mounting kit and guidance on how to render the units secure.

L.L. Beach Toddler pullover Recall

Outdoor gear manufacturer L.L. Bean has recalled some 2000 of its toddler sweater fleece pullovers due to a choking hazard: the snaps on the garments can detach and pose dangers to small children. Consumers should stop using the garments immediately and contact L.L. Bean at to receive a full refund.

Smith Optics ski and snowboard helmet Recall

Smith Optics, a manufacturer of outdoor gear, has recalled 7000 of its ski and snowboard helmets (and another 1000 in Canada) due to the risk they pose of head injury. The helmets’ buckles can become disengaged. Consumers should stop using the helmets right away and contact to receive instructions on how to ship the items at no cost to the company and receive a free repair.

Studio Fun International slap bracelet Recall

Finally this week, the toy manufacturer Studio Fun International has recalled 79,000 of the “slap bracelets” that had been packaged with children’s storybooks that are based on the DreamWorks animated film Trolls. (An additional 7000 of the bracelet-book combos were sold in Canada.) The metal bands of the bracelets can poke through the fabric covering and thereby can pose a laceration hazard. Consumers should remove the bracelets from their children immediately and discard them (though the books are safe!), and contact the company at to receive a free replacement product..

nantucket distributing patio chair Recall

Outdoor furniture manufacturer Nantucket Distributing has recalled more than 45,000 patio chairs, as the fabric on the chairs’ seats can tear, this posing a fall hazard. Consumers should stop using the chairs immediately and return them to one of the Christmas Tree Shops or andThat! stores where they were sold to obtain a full refund. More information is available at

Target 4-drawer dressers Recall

Department store retailer Target has issued a major recall of 175,000 (plus an additional 3000 in Canada) of its “Room Essentials” 4-drawer dressers. The units pose a tip-over hazard if they are not anchored to a wall, and can thus pose injury or death hazards to children. Consumers should stop using the units immediately and return the dressers to any Target store for a full refund. More information is available at

Southwire Snow globe stake lights Recall

Finally this week, lighting manufacturer Southwire has recalled 8700 of it Globs and Snow Globe Stake Lights in the U.S., as well as another 10,000 of the items that were sold in Canada. Light refracted through the items can singe or melt items that are in contact or near the light fixtures, thus posing a fire hazard. Consumers should stop using the lights immediately and contact Southwire at to arrange for a free return and refund.

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