The CPSC has announced 7 recalls this week. Contact Larry H. Parker for a free consultation at (800) 333-0000 if you or a loved one has been injured by a dangerous, faulty product.
Escalade Sports recalls playset due to a falling hazard.
About 4,600 Escalade Sports Outdoor Playsets have been recalled after 24 reports of swing seats breaking in half, causing the person in the swing to fall to the ground. The product was made in China. See the recall.
Lasko Products recalls heaters due to a fire hazard.
About 107,500 Lasko Products portable electric heaters were recalled after 36 reports of an electrical connection overheating, causing melting, exposing the electrical connection. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.
Tech 4 Kids recalls snow bikes due to falling hazard.
About 2,100 Tech 4 Kids OUTER EDGE Snow Bikes were recalled after three reports of falls after the front ski cracked or broke. Two injuries were reported. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.
AmerTac issues recall for night lights due to a fire and burn hazard.
About 261,000 LED Night Lights from American Tack & Hardware were recalled after 18 reports of the night lights smoking, burning, or melting. There were three reports of property damage and one report of injury. This product was made in China. See the recall.
Hoover recalls vacuum cleaner due to fire and shocking hazards.
About 142,000 Hoover WindTunnel Canister Vacuums have been recalled after 69 reports of overheating or electrical malfunctions. There has been one report of fire damage, two reports of carpet damage, and one report of injury. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.
Summer Infant recalls batteries due to burn hazard.
About 58,000 rechargeable batteries sold with Summer Infant Slim and Secure Video Monitors after five incidents of ruptured batteries were reported. There were three reports of property damage. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.
Summer Infant recalls Video Baby Monitors after two deaths.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission and Summer Infant have issued a recall after two strangulation deaths were reported with their Video Baby Monitor product. The recall affects 1.7 million Video Baby Monitors with cords. The cords present a strangulation risk, and should never be within three feet of a crib. The product was made in China. For more information on this recall, see the CPSC announcement, which also has phone numbers for the recall.