A dozen recalls, including snowmobiles, smoke alarms, and bean bag chairs, have been announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission over the last two weeks. If you or a loved one has been hurt by a recalled product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker today at (800) 333-0000 to schedule a free consultation.
CoScentrix issues recall for candles due to fire hazard
About 126,000 DD Brand Tin Candles were recalled after CoScentrix received two reports of the candle’s surface igniting from a high flame, with one incident resulting in minor property damage. The recalled tin candles were manufactured in the United States. See the recall.
JPC Equestrian recalls stirrup leathers due to falling hazard
About 1,200 HDR Stirrup Leathers were recalled by JPC Equestrian after the company received three reports of the product breaking while in use, posing a fall risk. The recalled leathers were made in India. See the recall.
ESL and Interlogix recalls smoke alarms due to product failure
About 154,000 ESL and Interlogix brand 400/500 Series Smoke Detectors were recalled after the companies discovered that radio frequency interference could cause the smoke detectors to fail in the event of a fire. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled smoke alarms were made in China. See the recall.
Vornado Air issues recall for space heaters due to fire and burning hazards
About 79,000 Vornado VH110 Whole Room Vortex Electric Space Heaters were recalled after the company received 29 reports of the space heaters overheating and melting. In seven of these incidents, the product caught fire, resulting in a report of smoke inhalation injury and a report of property damage. The recalled space heaters were manufactured in China. See the recall.
Arctic Cat recalls snowmobiles due to fuel leak and fire hazard
About 3,260 2014 and 2015 Arctic Cat XF 7000 and ZR 7000 were recalled after the company discovered that fuel can leak from the fuel line assembly, posing a risk of fire. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled snowmobiles were made in the United States. See the recall.
Brita recalls water bottles due to laceration hazard
About 242,500 Hard-Sided Water Filter Bottles for Kids were recalled by Brita after the company received 35 reports of the lids breaking or cracking, posing a risk of cuts to children. The recalled water bottles were made in Mexico. See the recall.
Bexco issues recall for cribs due to falling and entrapment hazards
About 1,100 Franklin & Ben Mason 4-in-1 Convertible Cribs were recalled by Bexco after receiving 14 reports of the front separating from the side panels of the crib, posing a risk of a fall or entrapment. The recalled cribs were manufactured in Taiwan. See the recall.
Golden Artists Colors recalls ox gall due to skin irritation
About 560 units of QoR® Synthetic Ox Gall were recalled after the company discovered that the product could irritate skin and cause blisters. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled art product was manufactured in the United States. See the recall.
Attwood recalls storage hangers due to injury hazard
About 10,000 Kayak and Watersports Storage hangers were recalled by Attwood after the company discovered that the length adjustment buckles could unexpectedly release, posing a risk of injury to anyone nearby the stored item. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled storage hangers were made in China. See the recall.
SolarWorld issues recall for solar systems due to electrocution, shock, and fire hazards
About 1.5 million SolarWorld Solar Systems were recalled after the company received a report of copper grounding lugs corroding, which could cause a faulty ground circuit and pose a risk of electrocution. The recalled solar systems were made in the United States. See the recall.
WilliamsRDM issues recall for microhoods due to fire hazard
About 103,000 StoveTop FireStop® Microhood™ Fire Suppressors were recalled after WilliamsRDM discovered that the front canister can fall from the product and fail to suppress a fire. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled product was made in the United States. See the recall.
Ace Bayou recalls bean bag chairs due to suffocation and choking hazards
About 2.2 million bean bag chairs from Ace Bayou after two children were killed when they crawled inside the product. A 13-year-old boy and a 3-year-old girl died after inhaling the foam beads inside the chair and suffocating. Non-refillable bean bag chairs usually follow a voluntary standard of permanently disabled zipper to prevent such accidents. See the recall announcement.