The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Twin Oaks, announced a voluntary recall on the Standard and Economy Hammock Stands. The recall warns consumers to stop using the recalled products unless otherwise instructed.
There are around 2,300 Standard and Economy Hammock Stands that have been recalled due to a fall hazard. The recall indicates the hammock can crack, which can cause the stand to collapse. Twin Oaks, of Louisa, Virginia asks consumers to contact them for instructions on returning the foot brackets for a free replacement.
The company has received over 40 reports of cracked foot brackets and several consumers have fallen to the ground when the brackets cracked. The recall involves the hammock stands made from steel pipe. They were sold in green and black colors with double and family-sized rope hammocks, as well as all Twin Oaks fabric hammocks. The green colored include model number 14015 and black colored include model number 14016. The model numbers are printed on the instruction materials which were included with the stand.
If you own one of these stands you should immediately stop using the hammock.
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Lush Life® power strips are recalled by The Container Store. The Container Store Inc., of Coppell, Texas has recalled Lush Life power strips due to undersized wiring and plastic strip which fail to meet the requirements for fire resistance. The strip poses a fire hazard.
There is an estimated 7.200 units which have been recalled. The recall includes the model number 8001-6 which is embossed on the back. There are 3 designed of bright colored, six-outlet power strips which include a Pop Power Strip in Scroll, Dot and Zebra.
The Container Stores sold the products from October 2011 through December 2011 for about $15.
If you are a consumer that purchased any units you should immediately stop using the power strips and return them to the store for a full refund plus a $15 merchandise card.
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STIHL Recalls Chain Saws Due to Risk of Injury
The CPSC, in cooperation with STIHL announced a voluntary recall of the MS 391 Chain Saw. It is advised that consumers immediately stop using the product until otherwise notified. All distributors must stop selling the product.
STIHL Inc has voluntarily recalled their MS 391 chain saws due to the potential of cracking of the flywheel on the chain saw. This can cause parts of the flywheel to separate and may cause injury.
While there are no reported injuries at this time, it is highly recommended that you stop using the STIHL MS 391 gas-powered chain saws with an orange top casing, gray base and black front handle and hand guard. “STIHL” and “MS 391″ are printed in an orange circle on the starter side of the unit.
Below are the serial numbers which are located on the crackcase to the right of the muffler. These serial numbers include:
28535 1759 through 28535 1956
28664 5278 through 28664 6277
28665 1283 through 28665 5577
28724 4317 through 28724 4480
28735 3627 through 28735 3647
The product was sold at STIHL dealers nationwide from March 2011 through July 2011. Consumers are asked to immediately stop using the chain saws and return them to an authorized STIHL dealer. They will provide installation of a new replacement flywheel.
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Due to a potential hazard of a failed sound alarm if a fire occurs, Bosch Security Systems has recalled their Fire Alarm Control Panel. The reports indicate that a delay has been detected in sounding an alarm reporting a fire. Manufactured in China the system was being sold by distributors and installers nationwide from 2009 to 2011. The market price on the system was around $1,200.
While there were no reported incidents of injuries, it’s advised that you contact the manufacture, distributor or installer for additional information on the recall. All distributors and manufacturers are being provided instructions on how to implement a software change that will make corrections to the system.
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Over 200,000 Step Stools with Storage have been recalled by Target Corporation. Target has received reports that the unit can break apart or collapse. The Circo step stool has a lid on the bottom step. The lid provides storage when lifted. The product comes in several colors including natural, natural and red, white and honey colors.
The following step stools where included in the recall:
|Step Stools With Storage|
|Brand Name||Style Description||UPC Number||Selling Period|
|Circo||White step stool w/storage||490970403046 or
|June 2009-Feb 2010
Feb. 2010-Oct 2010
|Circo||Natural step stool w/storage||490970403053 or
|June 2009-Feb 2010
Feb. 2010-Oct 2010
|Circo||Natural & red step stool w/storage||490970403060 or
|June 2009-Feb 2010
Feb. 2010-Oct 2010
|Do Your Room (DYR)||Natural step stool w/storage||097168014338||Jan. 2007-Aug. 2009|
|Do Your Room (DYR)||Honey step stool w/storage||390970402622||Jan. 2007-Aug. 2009|
If you have purchased one of the step stools listed in the recall you should contact the Target Corporation for a full refund.
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The manufacturer Best Lighting Products and distributor Lithonia Lighting have announced a voluntary recall for LHQM LED Exit Signs with Emergency Lights.
The fixtures are reported of a potential malfunction and may fail to illuminate during a power failure. There are approximately 450 units that are being recalled by the company. The units may be installed in commercial and office buildings. If you have purchased this unit you should contact the distributor Lithonia Lighting for a free replacement.
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Latest Recall from NHTSA
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is alerting consumers of a recall involving 13,792 Evenflo Maestro child safety seats. In the event of a crash, a crack could form at the front of the seat, adjacent to the harness adjuster, causing the child to be improperly restrained.
Evenflo is recalling the child seats with model numbers beginning with 310. Those include 3101198; 3101980; 31011048; 31011049; 31011059 produced between November 24, 2009, and April 9, 2010. The model number and the manufacture date are located on a label on the side of the car seat/carrier.
To fix the problem, Evenflo is providing consumers with a metal reinforcement plate to provide additional structural support in the area of the harness adjuster. Owners of the affected seats should contact Evenflo at (1-800-233-5921) immediately to obtain a free reinforcement plate. The seat should not be used with children weighing under 40 pounds without the repair bracket. Children who weigh more than 40 pounds can continue to use the seat as a belt-positioning booster until the remedy kit arrives.
Parents and caregivers are also encouraged to sign up with NHTSA to automatically receive updates about child seat recalls via e-mail. Consumers may sign-up for recall notifications from the federal government by visiting here at www.safercar.gov and choosing the “e-mail” or “RSS” option to register.
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Dorel Juvenile Group (DJG) is recalling their child safety seats. The reason for the recall is because the harness lock and release button does not always return to its locked position. A button that is not in the locked position can allow the harness adjustment strap to slip back through the adjuster as a child moves around in the seat and results in a loose harness, increasing the risk of being injured a motor vehicle accident.
DJG said the problem involves certain restraint systems manufactured from May 1, 2008, through April 30, 2009, which have a “Center Front Adjuster” (CFA) for the harness. These include infant, convertible, and booster child restraint systems which were sold both as stand-alone seats or part of a travel system (with a stroller).
DJG said it intends to provide consumers with a remedy kit consisting of a small tube of non-toxic, food-grade lubricant to be applied to the CFA to prevent sticking and allow it to properly engage the CFA strap. Instruction on how to apply the lubricant will be provided, along with a label to indicate that the repair has been completed.
Until the remedy has been applied, consumers can continue to use the seats, however, parents and caregivers should make sure the harness is properly adjusted and the lock/release button is fully in the locked position. After adjustment, pull on the shoulder part of the harness to make sure it is secure and does not loosen.
NHTSA began a formal investigation of this issue on March 5, 2010, and indicated it would continue to keep the investigation open to further evaluate the adequacy of the recall scope.
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The cPCS reports a voluntary recall by Atico International USA for Heater fans and Portable Quartz Radiant Heaters.
True Living Heater Fans and Portable Quartz Radiant Heaters have been recalled by Atico International USA due to fire hazards. Aitico has received reports that some of their heaters have caught fire.
Atico reports that of A14B1053 Heater Fan overheating and the A14B0979 Quartz Heater overheating. Atico reported that their 14B1053 Heater Fan caused damage to an electrical outlet and wall and flames coming out of the front of the unit. They also reported A14B0979 Quartz Heater damage to the heater’s plug and flames coming from a control knob. Both products include incidents of smoke and melting of the plastic casing.
Atico estimates around 92,000 total units sold.
It is recommended that you stop using these products immediately. If you have further questions regarding the recall, visit www.aticousa.com.
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According to CPCS, there was voluntary recall of Bassinets by Burlington Basket Company, of Burlington, Iowa. The recall recommends consumers to stop using this product unless instructed otherwise.
According to the recall there are about 500,000 bassinets that were sold. The recall stats that the bassinets can collapse if the bracing rails are not fully locked into position. There have been at least 10 reported injuries resulting in a collapsed bassinet.
This recall are for those bassinets manufactured before June 2010. The recalled units have folding legs attached to the basket with white plastic pins.
For more information on this recall you can visit http://burlingtonbasket.org/BASSINETRECALL.aspx
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