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This Week (Mar. 4) In Product Recalls
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This Week (Mar. 4) In Product Recalls

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued six recalls this week. For a free consultation, contact Larry H. Parker at (800) 333-0000 if you or a loved one has been injured by any recalled or dangerous product.

Burlington Coat Factory recalls slow cookers due to a fire hazard

About 7,460 Bella Kitchen 5-quart programmable slow cookers have been recalled by Burlington Coat Factory after 60 reports of the control panels smoking, sparking, or melting with three reports of the panels catching fire. 14 of these occurrences resulted in minor property damage. The Bella Kitchen 5-quart programmable slow cooker was made in China. See the recall.

Rhino Toys recalls rattles due to choking hazard

About 28,000 OBall Links and Mini Rattles have been recalled by Rhino Toys after a report of a C-link break. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.

Liebherr recalls refrigerators due to injury hazard

About 5,702 Liebherr Built-In 30-Inch Wide Bottom Freezer Refrigerators were recalled after ten reports of the door detaching from the unit. This product was made in Austria. See the recall.

IKEA recalls coffee/tea makers due to burn and laceration hazards

About 128,000 FÖRSTÅ Coffee/Tea Makers have been recalled by IKEA after 20 reports of the product shattering or breaking. 13 injuries have been reported, including 12 burn injuries (from hot liquid) and one laceration injury (from glass). This product was made in China. See the recall.

AOSOM recalls playpens due to choking and laceration hazards

About 5,000 AOSOM Wooden Playpens have been recalled after 69 reports of the playpen breaking, splitting, or cracking. Four reports of children handling the broken product have been recorded. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.

Manhattan Group recalls activity center due to choking hazard

About 400 Parents Busy Time Activity Centers have been recalled by Manhattan Group after a report of a child putting a loosened wooden peg in his mouth. The Parents Busy Time Activity Center was made in China. See the recall.

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