The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced 12 new recalls over the past two weeks. If you or a loved one has been hurt by a defective product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker today at (800) 333-0000 for a free consultation.
Fisher-Price recalls infant sleepers due to mold hazard
About 800,000 Newborn Rock ‘n Play Sleepers were recalled by Fisher-Price after the company received 600 reports of mold being found on the product. Sixteen incidents of infants being treated for coughing, hives, and other respiratory issues have been reported. The recalled Fisher-Price infant sleepers were made in China. See the recall.
HEICO Lighting issues recall for transformers due to fire hazard
About 3,900 HEICO Lighting PLATINUM Neon Sign Power Supply Transformers were recalled after discovery that the transformers do not meet the UL standard, posing a fire risk. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The transformers were manufactured in Canada. See the recall.
Columbia Sportswear re-announces recall of batteries due to fire hazard
About 33 jackets, each with 2 Omni-Heat Lithium-Polymer Rechargeable Batteries, were recalled (originally in November of 2011) after the company received a report of a battery overheating. The recalled batteries and jackets were made in China. See the recall.
A-Plus Marine recalls scuba air hoses due to drowning hazard
About 40 High-pressure Scuba Diving Air Hoses were recalled by A-Plus Marine after the company received three reports of the hoses between the regulators and the pressure gauge separated. The recalled diving air hoses were made in Taiwan. See the recall.
Bugaboo issues recall for strollers due to fall and choking hazards
About 50,740 Bugaboo Cameleon and Bugaboo Donkey Model Strollers were recalled after Bugaboo received 58 reports of carry handles detaching after a button became disengaged. The recalled strollers were manufactured in China. See the recall.
Target issues recall for pajamas due to flammability standard violation
About 560,000 Children’s Two-Piece Pajama Sets were recalled by Target after discovery that the garments did not meet federal flammability guidelines. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled pajamas were made in Vietnam and Cambodia. See the recall.
KTM North America recalls motorcycles due to fuel leaks, fire and crashing hazards
About 1,3000 Enduro Motorcycles were recalled by KTM after they received 13 reports of fuel leaks after the fuel hose developed small cracks at the end of the hose. The recalled motorcycles were manufactured in Austria. See the recall.
Target recalls pajamas due to flammability standard violation
About 42,000 Girls’ Circo Fleece Blanket Sleepers were recalled by Target after discovery that the pajamas did not meet federal flammability guidelines. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled pajamas were manufactured in China. See the recall.
Powertec issues recall for weight workbenches due to injury hazard
About 565 Powertec Weight Workbenches were recalled after an incident where the weld on a backrest adjustment bracket broke, causing a minor injury for its user. The recalled Powertec workbenches were made in China. See the recall.
Target issues recall for air misters due to injury hazard
About 168,000 Hand-Held Air Misters were recalled by Target after the company received three reports of the misters shattering while in use. One incident of laceration injuries was reported. The recalled air misters were made in China. See the recall.
Hy Cite Enterprises issue recall for cookware due to burning and fire hazards
About 1,700,000 Royal Prestige 9-Ply Thermal Wall Cookware sets were recalled by Hy Cite Enterprises after the company received 1,136 reports of the cookware collapsing, crimping, or becoming deformed while in use. One injury was reported when a pan collapsed inward, ejecting hot oil. The recalled cookware was manufactured in Italy. See the recall.
Dolan Northwest recalls floor lamps due to shock and fire hazards
About 1,100 Burien Floor Lamps were recalled by Dolan Northwest after they received three reports of the on/off switch melting. One of these incidents resulted in property damage around the lamp. The recalled floor lamps were made in China. See the recall.