Consumer Product Safety Commission Recalls
The metal wires on the cages can break, posing a facial impact or laceration hazard.
On some 30-, 40-, 50- and 60-gallon gas water heaters, the flame arrestor or flame arrestor plate can fail.
The shade's chain or cord loop can slip out of the hold-down device, posing a strangulation hazard for small children.
The children's pajamas and robes fail to meet federal flammability standards, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
The bolt used to affix the aerobars to the bicycle can loosen, posing a fall hazard to the rider.
The wood chairs, also sold as bistro sets, can unexpectedly tip over when a consumer sits on the edge of the seat, posing a fall hazard.
The elevator can operate while the gate door is open and can result in serious injury.
In finished knit or crochet items, the yarn can unravel or snag and form a loop, posing an entanglement hazard to young children.
A relay inside the creamer dispensers can overheat.
The pull chain on the model 70242 glass shade holder is incorrectly wired, posing a shock hazard to the consumer.
The red wooden knobs on the rocker's steering panel console can detach.
The youth lougewear pants fail to meet federal flammability standards for children's sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injury to children.
The Kids Korner fleece hooded sweatshirt zipper pull can detach.
The four styles of "cheeky" phrase teacups are mislabeled as microwave safe. If microwaved, the gold paint accents can spark, posing a fire hazard.
The Tronic system, can unexpectedly switch from ski mode to walk mode, not allowing the boot to release from the binding, posing a fall or injury hazard.
The pajamas fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injury to children.
The muffler on the engine can break during use and pose a fire hazard.
The trigger switch could fail and the unit not turn off, posing an injury hazard.
The interior fan of the Turbo Tool accessory can break and eject from the housing.
The pajamas fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
The lamp can overheat and spark when plugged in, posing a fire hazard.
The wire supports on the sides of the bassinet can disconnect causing the fabric sides to lower; posing a risk that infants can fall out or become entrapped and suffocate.
A pin can disengage and cause the binding to open.
The wheel hub can separate or break and eject pieces during inflation, posing a risk of injury to the consumer and bystanders.
The heating element can fail to properly adhere to the cooktop.
A towel or other item covering the seat of an empty tub can cause the seat to overheat.
The hub holding the Fanimation Brewmaster Ceiling fan blades can separate while operating in reverse. This poses a risk of injury to bystanders.
The tools plastic end cap can fly off from the product with force either during use or while in storage, posing an impact hazard.
The glass shaker can break or shatter unexpectedly.
The motor that turns the color disc can overheat, posing the risk of a fire.
The bicycle helmet cannot properly protect from falls, posing a head injury. The helmets do not comply with the impact requirements of the CPSC safety standards.
The battery pack can overheat, split apart and melt the battery pack's enclosure, posing a fire hazard.
The hub flange ring on the front hub can fail and cause rider to crash.
The front fork pistons can become stuck within the fork leg and cause the operator to lose control of the motorcycle and crash.
The Kidde Zytel disposable fire extinguishers can fail to fully discharge during a fire emergency, posing a risk of injury to the consumer.
The System Sensor i4 Series COSMO-2W and COSMO-4 combination smoke/CO alarms can fail to detect carbon monoxide in the home. This poses a risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
The handlebars on the 2014 Marin MBX 50 and Tiny Trails bicycles can loosen and separate while in use. This can cause the rider to lose control.
The seat can dislodge, allowing the seat and child to fall, and the chair can fall on a child crawling underneath the seat.
The wheels of the airplane, and the balls at the tip of the butterfly’s antenna can detach.
The chandelier’s screw collar that holds the chandeliers to the ceiling mount can break causing the chandelier to fall and injure bystanders.
The robes and owl print footed pajamas fail to meet the federal flammability standard for children’s sleepwear.
The back plate can detach when removing the heater from the outlet.
The die-case metal cars may have sharp edges that pose a laceration hazard.
The tube of the pouch topper that screws onto the food pouch can separate from the round base, posing a choking hazard to young children
The handlebar on the Quadski and Quadski XL can fail and cause the operator to lose control of steering and braking.
The oil-filled heaters can spray heated oil.
The plastic menorah can catch fire if candles are allowed to burn to the base of the menorah.
CEROS 550 5-inch, CEROS 650 6-inch and CEROS 680 6-inch electric sanders can short circuit, posing a fire hazard.
The aluminum platform can break, causing the user to fall and suffer serious injuries.
The handle attachment on five models of Matrix Fitness Varsity series strength training machines can detach during use.
The wand that controls the chair's movements can overheat.
Cleaners may be mislabeled "Does not contain ammonia" but may, creating a chemical hazard. If mixed with other chemicals, could produce toxic gases.
The chair leg can break unexpectedly, causing the person sitting in the chair to fall.
The crib mattresses could create a gap between the mattress and crib ends larger than allowed by federal regulations, posing an entrapment hazard to infants.
A weld on a ring on the resistance trainer's belt can break during use and cause the resistance trainer's flexible cord to quickly and unexpectedly retract and hit an exercise partner who is holding the other end.
The girls' pajama sets pose a risk of burn injuries to children.
The candles' high flame can ignite the surface of the wax, posing a fire hazard.
The tealights in the warmers can burn with an erratic or high flame.
Water can overheat during brewing, spray out and burn consumers.
Hoddies have a drawstring around the neck area which poses a strangulation hazard to children.
The zipper on the vinyl bean bag chairs can be opened by children. A child who crawls inside the opened chair can become entrapped, suffocate or choke on the foam beads.
The hoodies have a drawstring around the neck area which is a strangulation hazard for children.
A drawstring through the hood of the hoodies can pose a strangulation hazard to children.
The engine of 2015 model numbers YZ250FFL and YZ250FFW competition off-road motorcyles can lock up during operation, causing a rider to lose control and crash.
The toy's battery compartment can reach temperatures up to 230 degrees Fahrenheit.
The circuit breakers will not trip during an overload condition.
The rubber stress balls can break into pieces when squeezed.
A steel pin in the shade's idler can become dislodged and cause the shade to fall, posing a risk of injury from impact.
Helmet’s chinstrap can fail, causing the helmets to slide off the head, posing a head injury hazard.
The backrest on BleacherBack stadium seats can fail.
A defect in the line cord insulation can cause an electrical shock.
The AC power cord sold with IdeaPad and Lenovo brand can overheat.
The Leith brand sweater vests fail to meet federal flammability requirements. This poses a burn hazard to consumers.
The play yard’s rails can collapse presenting a strangulation hazard to young children.
Power supply units and chargers for the HobbyZone Super Cub S radio-controlled aircraft can overcharge the battery, posing a risk of fire and property damage.
The bicycle fork can bend or break, posing a fall hazard to the rider.
The MBED 3042 series residential meter breaker’s electrical components can be easily accessed, posing a shock hazard.
The frame of the bicycle could break, causing the rider to lose control, fall and suffer injuries.
The air purifier’s circuit board can overheat and cause the air purifier to catch on fire.
The latch pin can disengage from the latch and allow the door to open while the vehicle is moving.
The battery packs can overcharge, overheat, bulge and melt. One fire reported.
A defective chip in certain alarm panels produced between 3/15/2014 – 6/20/2014 and used exclusively in commercial settings can cause premature battery failure and prevent activation of devices during alarm conditions.
The steering control arm component can break during normal use, causing driver to lose control and crash.
The lock mechanism on the optional knife blade can inadvertently release the blade.
11 models of strollers being recalled due to a child’s finger getting pinched in the folding hinge on the stroller.
Bottles have a child-resistant cap that can become loose. Chemicals in this product can cause skin irritation, internal injury or death if ingested.
The rugs fail to meet federal standards or lack the required labeling.
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The DS-5500 recorders can overheat when they are charging.
The stainless steel pick in the ski's handgrip can break and fail to slow or stop users from sliding downhill on a snow or ice covered slope.
The candles' high flame can ignite the surface of the wax.
Coaire and Quietside brand gas water heaters can overheat.
The motor in the air exchangers with and without heat recovery can overheat, posing a fire hazard to consumers.
The fan’s wiring is not properly grounded, posing fire and electric shock hazards.
The rubber handles can detach as divers are trying to remove the weight pockets to rise to the surface in an emergency.
Components inside of the whistle can detach.
The chair can tip or recline too quickly, posing a fall hazard.
An accelerated circuit drain of the Visonic Amber MCT-212 GS LA S (315) ENR pendants and Visonic Amber Kits GS LA (315) KIT2 pendant battery can result in a shorter than expected “low battery” warning period, from 30 days down to a nine day warning period
When weight is applied to the storage bar, the screws holding the mounting plate can pull out of the bar allowing the storage bar to fall, posing an injury hazard.
The charger can overheat while in use, posing a fire hazard.