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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has released 16 recall notices over the past three weeks, including recalls for strollers, McDonald's toys, and digital audio recorders.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has released 16 recall notices over the past three weeks, including recalls for strollers, McDonald’s toys, and digital audio recorders. If you or a loved one has been harmed by a dangerous product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker today at (800) 333-0000 for a free consultation.

4Seasons issues recall for lounge chairs due to falling hazard

About 3,200 4Seasons Folding Lounge Chairs were recalled after the company received five reports of the chair tipping or reclining too quickly. The recalled lounge chairs were manufactured in China. See the recall.

McDonald’s recalls toy whistles due to choking and breathing hazards

About 2.5 million Hello Kitty® Birthday Lollipop Whistles were recalled by McDonald’s after receiving two reports of children coughing out pieces of the whistle. One of the children required medical attention. The recalled whistles were made in China. See the recall.

Aqua Lung expands recall of buoyancy compensators due to drowning hazard

About 41,300 additional Aqua Lung Buoyancy Compensators were recalled after an additional 50 reports of the handles detached from the weight pockets, posing a risk of drowning. The recalled diving products were made in China and Mexico. See the recall.

Ventamatic issues recall for misting fans due to fire and shocking hazards

About 450 Cool Draft Misting Fans were recalled after the company received two incidents of improperly grounded wiring, including one incident of a consumer suffering an electrical shock injury. The recalled misting fans were made in the United States. See the recall.

Venmar Ventilation expands recall of air exchangers due to fire hazard

About 315,000 additional Venmar air exchangers after receiving four additional reports of fires from overheating motors. Between both recalls, over $1.1 million in property damage has been sustained. The recalled air exchanger systems were made in Canada. See the recall.

Daesung Celtic Enersys recalls water heaters due to fire hazard

About 31,200 Coaire and Quietside Tankless Gas Water Heaters were recalled after Daesung received 40 reports of the water heaters overheating. Four of the incidents reported burns on the walls and two incidents of fire resulting in property damage. The recalled water heaters were made in Korea. See the recall.

CoScentrix expands recall of candles due to fire hazard

About 256,000 additional DD Branded Candles were recalled after CoScentrix received 29 reports of the candle’s surface igniting, resulting in nine incidents of property damage and one injury. The recalled candles were made in the United States. See the recall.

Black Diamond Equipment recalls ski poles due to injury hazard

About 3,000 Black Diamond Whippet and Whippet Carbon Ski Poles were recalled after the company discovered that the pick in the handgrip can break while in use, failing to slow down consumers going downhill, posing an injury risk. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled ski poles were manufactured in Taiwan. See the recall.

Olympus recalls digital audio recorders due to burning hazard

About 500 Olympus DS-5500 Digital Audio Recorders were recalled after the company received three reports of the product overheating. The recalled recorders were made in China. See the recall.

AP Specialties issues recall for power bank chargers due to fire hazard

About 172,000 Two-Tone Power Bank Chargers were recalled after three reports of the charger overheating while in use. One of the incidents resulted in a fire. The recalled products were manufactured in China. See the recall.

Mohawk issues recall for rugs due to fire hazard

About 103,800 Altitude Gold Shag Rugs were recalled after discovery that the rugs do not meet federal labeling requirements: the rugs fail to disclaim that they are flammable. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled rugs were manufactured in India. See the recall.

Hoppe’s issues recall for gun cleaner due to poisoning hazard

About 110,000 bottles of Hoppe’s Semi-Auto Gun Bore Cleaner were recalled after a report of a child opening a loose bottle cap and spilling the cleaner on himself. The contents can cause skin irritation, internal injury, or even death if ingested. The recalled gun cleaner was manufactured in the United States. See the recall.

Graco recalls strollers due to fingertip amputation hazard

Nearly 5 million Graco Strollers and Travel Systems were recalled after Graco received six reports of fingertip amputations, four reports of partial fingertip amputations, and one report of finger laceration. The Graco stroller models recalled are Aspen, Breeze, Capri, Cirrus, Glider, Kite, LiteRider, Sierra, Solara, Sterling and TravelMate. The strollers were made in China. See the recall.

Leatherman issues recall for children’s multi-tool due to laceration hazard

About 8,400 Leatherman® Leap™ Multi-tools were recalled after discovery that the locking mechanism on the optional knife blade can accidentally release the blade, posing a risk of laceration. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled tools were made in the United States. See the recall.

Bob-Cat recalls riding mowers due to crash hazard

About 4,900 Bob-Cat Zero Turn Riding Mowers were recalled after the company received 22 reports of the control arm breaking under normal use. The recalled turn mowers were manufactured in the United States. See the recall.

Tyco Fire Protection recalls fire alarm control panels due to activation failure

About 750 Simplex 4100ES Fire Alarm Control Panels were recalled after discovery that a defective chip in the alarm panel could cause premature battery failure, preventing activation. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled fire alarm products were made in Mexico. See the recall.

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