Bunk Bed Recall
June 18, 2011 by staff
The withdrawal came after a 3-year-old allegedly choked the use of the product last year. A press release from the CPSC said the litter number of model BFB1008, located on a sticker on the brace upper bunk.
Big Lots, Columbus, Ohio, is recalling metal futon bunk beds sold exclusively at Big Lots stores nationwide from January 2009 April 2010. Children behind the mat or in the area of?? The bunk ladder can get caught on the futon and frame metal sitting down in the flat position.
The recall involves metal futon bunk with BFB1008 model number is located on a sticker on the brace upper bunk.
Consumers should contact Big Lots (866) 244-5687 9 am-5 pm ET, Monday through Friday or visit www.biglots.com for a free repair kit. More information www.recalls.org.
Dresses for girls
The TJX Companies, Inc. is recalling Emma Garden polka dot dress for girls sold nationwide and in Canada from February 2011 to May 2011. The decorative buttons on the front of the garment can detach, posing a choking hazard.
This recall involves the Garden of Emma ® polka dot dress. Dresses for girls in sizes 12 months to 5T are sold in black and white and pink and white. Dresses are sold in the United States have neck labels with tracking number-80327TDS1 TJX.
Consumers should return the garments to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Consumers in the United States call (800) 926-6299 9 am-6 pm ET Monday through Friday or visit www.tjmaxx.com or www.marshallsonline.com. Canadian consumers can call (800) 646-9466 9 am-5 pm ET Monday through Friday or visit www.winners.ca. More information www.recalls.org.
CHILD SAFETY SEATS
Objective is to remember Circus booster seats for children sold exclusively at Target stores nationwide from January 2005 to June 2009. Check seat buckle can open unexpectedly, allowing a child to fall from the chair.
The recall includes all booster seats Circus, including those already sold in 2005. They adhere to an adult chair to push a child to a table. “Circus” and “booster” can be found in a green label located on the front seat.
Consumers should return the seats to any Target store for a full refund.
Consumers also can contact Target at (800) 440-0680 7:00 a.m.-6 pm CT Monday through Friday, or visit www.target.com. More information www.recalls.org.
Sportime LLC is recalling swing bar Adoor Abilitations sold through Sportime in Georgia since January 2009, March 2011. An eyehook welded to the swing bar can break, which represents a fall hazard.
The bar on the swing Abilitations Adoor brand is designed to be suspended in a door for a swing attachment can be connected. “Adoor Abilitations Swing Bar” and the number of “1302341″ are printed on the metal bar.
Consumers should contact Sportime (888) 388-3224 8 am-5 pm ET Monday through Friday or visit www.sportime.comwww.recalls.org.
AC and heating
GE Appliances and GE Lighting is recalling Zoneline air conditioners and heaters sold nationwide since March 2010 March 2011. An electrical component in the heating system can fail, which represents a fire hazard.
This recall involves GE terminal air conditioners (PTAC) and packaged terminal heat pumps manufactured between January 2010 and March 2011, and are most often used in apartment buildings and commercial premises. The GE logo is attached to the control panel door. Serial and model numbers are printed on the plate and can be found at www.recalls.org.
Consumers should contact General Electric (866) 918-8771 8 am-5 pm ET Monday through Friday or visit www.geappliances.com / product / recall to schedule a free repair. More information www.recalls.org.
Calphalon Corporation is recalling Knife Calphalon Contemporary Cutlery is sold nationwide and in Canada from 2007 to May 2011. The tips of the 8 – inch knife cutting and / or kitchen knife 8 inches may protrude through the bottom slot of the row of wooden block holder, representing a laceration hazard.
This recall involves all 17 – and 21-piece cutlery knife Contemporary Sets with model number and KNS17C KNS21C. The sets of blades are manufactured from August 2007 to May 1, 2011. The games covered recalled model or brand does not have the date code on the block of wood, although all sets have the “Calphalon” logo stamped in black on the front.
Consumers should contact Calphalon at (800) 809-7267 between 8 am and 5 pm ET or visit www.calphalon.com to receive a free repair kit for recalled products. More information www.recalls.org.
Remember omen Fitness Exercise Equipment Ab Belts sold nationwide from August 2006 to April 2011. The plastic buckle on ab belts can break, which represents a fall hazard.
The recalled product is a set of straps Harbinger Ab, 371,100 of style that are hung from an overhead structure. The word “Harbinger” appears on the outside of an ab strap. Universal Product Code (UPC) 000 751 510 964 is the flap of the packaging of affected ab belts.
Consumers should contact The Herald (800) 729-5954 from 7 am to 5 pm Monday through Thursday, PT, and 7 am to noon PT on Friday, or visit www.harbingerfitness.com for a free replacement. More information www.recalls.org.
Excite USA is recalling military helicopters sold exclusively at Rite Aid stores nationwide from January 2011-May 2011. The plastic blades of the helicopter can come off during operation, which represents a laceration hazard.
The recalled toy military helicopters are operated by rotating manual holders and sold as a unit with two sizes, 7 and 11 inches long, helicopters tan and black. The product comes in a blister “Military helicopter with two pitchers’ marked on the package and” military helicopter “marked on both sides of the manual starter. The model number, # 9009935 and UPC number 680108044474 are printed on the back of the package near the barcode.
Consumers should return the product to any Rite Aid store for a full refund.
Consumers can also contact Excite USA at (866) 791-4754 9 am-5 pm CT Monday through Friday or visit www.Excite-Limited.com. More information
Husqvarna Professional Products Inc. is recalling Husqvarna Tractor Transaxle K46LD TuffTorq Patio sold nationwide from May 2010 to December 2010. Yard tractor transaxle may experience intermittent drive failure, representing a risk reduction of braking or lost.
Tractors patio included in the recall are model numbers and YTH23V42LS YTH24V48LS and serial numbers ranging from 050110A001000 to 123110D999999. The first six digits of the serial number is a date code. Tractor included in the retreat with a wide range of date May 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010. Model and serial information is located on a nameplate
Attached to the bottom of the seat.
Consumers should call Husqvarna at (877) 257-6921 between 8 am and 6 pm ET Monday through Friday or visit www.husqvarna.uswww.recalls.org.
Quality Bicycle Products is recalling carrier rack for mounting over front bicycle wheel sold nationwide from December 2009 to February 2011. The rack-mounting bracket of the bicycle can crack or break. When this happens, the carrier can fall on the front wheel of the bicycle, posing a risk of falling.
This recall involves Civia Loring bike racks. They have black aluminum tubes with bamboo panels and installation of front fork of the bicycle. The word “Civia” is printed on the side panels of the rack.
Consumers should contact the store where purchased for a refund or replacement.
Consumers can also contact the Quality Bicycle Products toll-free at (877) 311-7686 8:00 a.m.-6 pm CT Monday through Friday or http://civiacycles.com/aftermarketloringfrontrackrecall/. More information www.recalls.org.
Janome America Inc. is recalling Elna sewing machines sold nationwide from September 2010-April 2011. The wires inside the sewing machine can cause a short circuit, posing a risk of fire.
This recall involves excellence Elna 740 sewing machine. The machine is white and navy blue with a touch panel digital. “Elna” and “Excellence 740″ are printed on the front of the machine.
Consumers should return the sewing machine to the store where purchased for a free repair.
Consumers also can contact Janome America (800) 631-0183 anytime or visit www.elnausa.com. More information www.recalls.org.
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