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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a whopping 25 new recalls over the past month.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a whopping 25 new recalls over the past month. If you or a loved one has been injured by a recalled product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker today at (800) 333-0000 for a free consultation.

Staples recalls chairs due to falling hazard

About 3,350 Bermond Fabric Manager’s Chairs were recalled by Staples after the company received 41 reports of the base of the chair breaking. Three of these reports included incidents of occupants falling to the ground resulting in one minor injury. The recalled chairs were made in China. See the recall.

Sears re-announces recall for dehumidifiers due to fire and burning hazards

About 795,000 previously recalled Kenmore Dehumidifiers were recalled again due to a low response rate from consumers. Sears received an additional seven reports of fires occurring from a fault in the product. Three of these fires resulted in extensive property damage, and one report included a severe burn injury. The recalled dehumidifiers were manufactured in China. See the recall.

5 Star Kids Apparel issues recall for jackets due to strangulation hazard

About 48,000 Boy’s Long Sleeve Hooded Jackets were recalled after discovery that the clothing violates federal regulations for drawstrings in children’s upper outerwear. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled garments were manufactured in China. See the recall.

Industrial Revolution recalls lanterns due to fire hazard

About 2,300 uCO Arka LED Lanterns were recalled by Industrial Revolution after the company discovered that the wall charger plug can fail during normal use, leading to a fire risk. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled LED lanterns were made in China. See the recall.

SCS Direct recalls bath seats due to drowning hazard

About 7,500 Thermobaby Aquababy Bath Ring Seats were recalled after discovery that the product failed to meet federal standards for safety. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled bath seats were manufactured in France. See the recall.

Masterbuilt recalls smokers due to fire hazard

About 11,000 Electric Smokehouse Smokers were recalled after Masterbuilt received six reports of the wood chip tray failing to operate properly, causing the wood chips to catch fire and blow open the cabinet door. The recalled smokers were manufactured in China. See the recall.

Macy’s issues recall for jackets due to choking hazard

About 8,700 Infants’ First Impressions Varsity Jackets were recalled by Macy’s after the company discovered that the snaps on the jackets can come loose. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled jackets were manufactured in China. See the recall.

Kids II issues recall for jumpers due to impact hazard

About 408,500 Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumpers were recalled after Kids II received 100 reports of an attachment hitting infants in the face when used. 61 injuries were reported, including bruises, cuts, and one reported skull fracture. The recalled activity jumpers were made in the United States. See the recall.

Nan Far Woodworking recalls cribs due to entrapment, suffocation, and falling hazard

About 3,900 Rockland Furniture Round Cribs were recalled after discovery that the drop-side rails can fail, posing a risk of entrapment and suffocation or fall injury. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled drop-side cribs were made in Taiwan. See the recall.

Renaissance Imports recalls boots due to laceration hazard

About 5,000 Autumn Run Girls Gemma II Boots were recalled by Renaissance Imports after receiving a report of an exposed staple in the sole of the boot causing a puncture wound to a consumer’s foot. The recalled boots were made in China. See the recall.

Robin America issues recall for generators due to fire and burning hazards

About 4,590 Subaru Portable Generators were recalled after Robin America received four reports of the product leaking fuel, posing a combustion risk. The recalled generators were manufactured in China. See the recall.

Big Lots recalls lights due to fire hazard

About 29,500 Holiday Light Bulb Sets were recalled by Big Lots after discovery that the lights use plated steel conductors and use non-flame retardant materials. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled holiday light sets were manufactured in China. See the recall.

Lennox Hearth Products issues recall for fireplaces due to gas leak and fire hazards

About 11,500 Lennox and Superior Gas Fireplaces were recalled after Lennox received eight reports of leaky gas connectors, posing a risk of fire. The recalled gas fireplaces were made in the United States. See the recall.

Viking Range expands recall for refrigerators due to injury hazard

About 31,000 Viking Built-In Refrigerators with Bottom Freezers were recalled after Viking received 39 additional reports of refrigerator doors detaching and falling from the product. 12 incidents of injuries, including cuts, bruises, strains, and one bone fracture were reported, as well as 25 incidents of minor property damage. The recalled Viking refrigerators were made in the United States. See the recall.

Home Depot issues recall for fan heaters due to fire hazard

About 107,000 Soleil Portable Fan Heaters were recalled by Home Depot after they received 464 reports of the fans melting while in use, posing a fire risk. The recalled heater fans were manufactured in China. See the recall.

Johnson Health Tech recalls krankcycles due to falling hazard

About 2,200 Johnny G. Krankcycles by Matrix were recalled after the company received two reports of serious injuries after the seat detached from the product. Incidents of broken ribs and a back injury requiring surgery were reported. The recalled product was made in Taiwan. See the recall.

Midwest-CBK issues recall for chairs due to falling hazard

About 550 Bistro Chairs were recalled by Midwest-CBK after the company received two reports of the chair’s metal frame breaking while in use. The recalled chairs were made in China. See the recall.

Far East Brokers recalls kids’ furniture due to lead paint violation

About 14,000 Leisure Ways Brands Kids Outdoor Furniture was recalled after discovery that the red paint on the furniture contains levels of lead that violates federal guidelines. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled furniture was manufactured in China. See the recall.

Be Amazing! Toys issues recall for water balls due to ingestion hazard

About 15,400 Water-Absorbing Polymer Balls were recalled by Be Amazing! Toys after an incident involving a similar product resulted in an infant requiring surgical removal of that product after it was ingested. The recalled polymer balls were manufactured in China. See the recall.

JP Boden recalls high heels due to falling hazard

About 190 Kensington Court Women’s Shoes were recalled after JP Boden discovered that the heel can loosen after wear and become unstable, posing a fall risk. The recalled shoes were made in Spain. See the recall.

Toysmith issues recall for light-up toys due to choking hazard

About 30,000 Light-Up Toy Frogs and Ducks were recalled by Toysmith after discovery that the metal conductor pin can detach, posing a risk for choking. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled toys were made in China. See the recall.

LSI recalls wind speed sensors due to injury hazard

About 100 LSI Wind Speed Sensors were recalled after discovery that the sensor can display inaccurate information, posing a risk of injury from incorrect readings. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled sensors were manufactured in Canada. See the recall.

Big Lots issues recall for torches due to fire and burning hazards

About 30,000 Tabletop Torches were recalled after Big Lots received 20 reports of the torches flaring up and ejecting fuel. Two severe injuries with second and third degree burns were reported, as were seven injuries with minor burns. All 20 reports included property damage. The recalled tabletop torches were manufactured in India. See the recall.

Giant Bicycle issues recall for bicycles and seatposts due to falling hazard

Giant XtC Advanced SL 29er O and 29er 1 series bicycles and 27.2 mm Carbon Fiber Seatposts were recalled after Giant Bicycles received five reports of the seatposts breaking while in use, posing a fall risk. The recalled bicycles and seatposts were made in Taiwan. See the recall.

Holgate Toys issues recall for playmats due to choking hazard

About 5,000 Wegmans Playmat Sets were recalled by Holgate Toys after they received a report of the wheels detaching from one of the vehicles in the set. The recalled playmats were manufactured in the United States. See the recall.

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