The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced another six recalls this week. If you or a loved one has been injured by a recalled or damaged product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at (800) 333-0000 for a free consultation.
Coulter Ventures recalls barbell brackets due to injury hazard
About 5,500 Rogue Fitness Barbell Brackets were recalled after three reports of breaking welds. One injury, a sprained wrist, has been reported. Rogue Fitness Barbell Brackets were made in the US. See the recall.
Redken 5th Avenue NYC recalls mousse due to rupture risk
About 1 million Redken 5th Avenue NYC spray mousse foam cans have been recalled after the company received 41 reports of the cans rupturing. The recalled product was manufactured in the US. See the recall.
My Michelle recalls clothing due to risk of lead exposure
My Michelle has recalled about 90,000 girl’s tops after discovery that the jewelry and decorative trim of the clothing contain high lead levels. No injuries have been reported. The clothing was made in Vietnam. See the recall.
Midwest-CBK recalls rattles and booties due to choking hazard
About 10,000 wrist rattles and 11,000 pairs of baby booties have been recalled by Midwest-CBK after one report of a pom-pom detaching from a wrist rattle. The rattles and booties were made in China. See the recall.
Lennox Industries recalls heaters due to fire hazard
About 440 Lennox garage heaters have been recalled after they were manufactured without a flame rollout switch, a back-up shut down system that is required on all heaters. No incidents have been reported. The recalled heaters were made in the US. See the recall.
ADP recalls heaters due to fire hazard
The ADP recall is the same as the Lennox recall. An additional 400 Lennox heaters were distributed by Advanced Distributor Products as ADP FOA series unit heaters and are also subject to recall. See the recall.