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This Week (Feb. 18) In Product Recalls
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This Week (Feb. 18) In Product Recalls

After a slow start, the CPSC announced 10 recalls in the past 3 days. Contact Larry H. Parker for a free consultation at (800) 333-0000 if you or a loved one has been injured by any recalled or dangerous product.

Nurses Choice recalls mittens due to choking hazard.

About 4,700 Nurses Choice Newborn Keepsake Mittens were recalled after one report of a glued-on decoration fell off a mitten. This product was made in the United States. See the recall.

Burlington Basket Company recalls bassinets due to a falling hazard.

About 500,000 Burlington Basket Company bassinets were recalled after ten reports of the bassinets collapsing. Two injuries have been reported. This product was made in the United States. See the recall.

Atico International USA recalls heaters due to a fire hazard.

About 92,000 Atico International USA TrueLiving Heater Fans and Portable Quartz Radiant Heaters have been recalled after receiving 29 combined reports of these products overheating and reports of flames coming from them. There has been one reported injury. These products were manufactured in China. See the recall.

LEM Products recalls food dehydrators due to a fire hazard.

About 3,500 LEM Products food dehydrators with digital timers have been recalled after receiving five reports of motors falling on to the heating element, resulting in smoke and/or fire. This product was made in China. See the recall.

SwimWays recalls children's chairs due to a falling hazard.

About 5,200 Swimways Kristi G Go & Grow Chairs have been recalled after eight reports of the chair tipping over. Two injuries were reported. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts recalls watches due to skin irritation.

About 1,200 Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Children's Light-up Watches were recalled after six reports of children having skin irritation or a burning sensation while wearing the watch. The product was made in China. See the recall.

James Perse recalls jackets due to a federal violation of flammability standards.

About 6,700 James Perse jackets for men and women were recalled after they failed to meet the federal standard for apparel flammability. No incidents or injuries have been reported. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.

IKEA recalls cribs due to risks of entrapment and suffocation.

About 26,000 IKEA SNIGLAR cribs have been recalled due to a risk of collapse. No incidents or injuries have been reported. This product was made in Romania. See the recall.

Perfect Pullup recalled due to falling hazard.

About 7,000 Perfect Fitness Perfect Pullup products have been recalled after receiving 2,200 reports of original handles cracking, with 38 reports of injuries. This product was made in China. See the recall.

Liquid Combustion Technology recalls snow blowers due to laceration hazard.

About 1,800 Liquid Combustion Technology Sno-Tek Snow Blowers have been recalled due to a missing safety shield. No incidents or injuries have been reported. This product was made in the United States and China. See the recall.

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