Product recall list for the weeks of July 17-23, 2017
Home Depot Halogen Bulb Recall
For the week of July 17-23, 2017, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recalls of several consumer products, including.
Lighting manufacturer Lumicentro has recalled more than 10,000 of its crystal chandeliers that it sold via Home Depot. The halogen bulbs that are included with these light fixtures can heat up to melt parts of the fixtures themselves, posing fire and burn hazards. Customers should cease using the fixtures immediately and visit www.lumicentro.com to obtain a free upgrade kit.
CuB Cadet recreational vehicle Recall
Recreational vehicle manufacturer Cub Cadet has recalled about 4000 of its 2016 Challenger utility vehicles. Air in the vehicles’ brake systems can cause the brakes to fail, posing crash and injury hazards to drivers and/or bystanders. Customers should stop using the vehicles immediately, and visit www.cubcadet.com to schedule a free repair.
Superpedestrian electric bycycle wheel Recall
Bicycle parts manufacturer Superpedestrian has recalled about 230 of its electric bicycle conversion wheels. The rear axles on the wheels can fail, posing fall and crash hazards to riders and/or bystanders. Customers should detach and cease using the wheels immediately, and visit superpedestrian.com to obtain a free replacement wheel.
Core health & Fitness exercise machine Recall
Exercise-equipment manufacturer Core Health & Fitness has recalled about 3600 of its multifunction exercise machines. The height-adjusting carriage assembly can come detaches, posing a fall and injury hazard to users. Customers should stop using the machines immediately, and contact www.corehandf.com to schedule a free onsite repair.
TriggerTech crossbow trigger Recall
Sporting goods manufacturer TriggerTech has recalled about 4000 of its crossbow triggers (2000 in the US; 2000 in Canada) because they pose an injury hazard. The triggers’ rollers can crack, which may cause the weapons to which they are attached to discharge without trigger activation; this poses an injury hazard to users and/or bystanders. Customers should stop using the triggers immediately, and contact the company at www.triggertech.com to obtain a free replacement.
YSN IMport propane cylinder Recall
YSN Imports has recalled about 24,000 of its refillable propane cylinders (as well about 1100 sold in Canada). The cylinders can leak gas, posing fire and explosion hazards. Customers should stop using the cylinders immediately and contact YSN Imports at www.flameking.com to obtain a refund or replacement.
TJZ glass Beer Mug Recall
TJX – the parent company of home goods retailers TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, and several other companies – has recalled about 500 glass beer mugs in the U.S., and an additional 1500 mugs that were sold in Canada. The mugs, which were sold exclusively at HomeGoods, can break if heated or if they come into contact with hot liquid, thus posing burn and laceration hazards. Customers should cease using the mugs immediately, and either visit the nearest HomeGoods store or contact the company at www.homegoods.com for a refund.
Tomy munching max chipmunk toy Recall
Toy manufacturer TOMY has recalled about 9300 of its Lamaze “Munching Max” chipmunk toys in the U.S., as well as about 4700 of the toys that were sold in Canada. Parts on the toys can break, which may create a sharp point that poses a laceration hazard. Customers should take the toys away from children immediately, and visit recall.tomy.com to obtain a free replacement, as well as a coupon.
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