The outer bulbs can shatter, resulting in hot internal pieces of glass falling from the lamps, posing fire and laceration hazards.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled lamps and contact Philips for a free replacement.
About 256,000 (in addition, about 87,000 were previously recalled on May 24, 2016).
The glass knobs can break while in use, posing a risk of laceration to users from broken pieces.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled glass knobs and return them to any Pier 1 Imports store for a full refund or a merchandise credit.
About 363,000 units in the U.S. (in addition, about 41,000 units in Canada)
The metal snaps on the jackets can detach, posing a choking hazard to children.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled coat and return it to the nearest Dillard’s store for a full refund. To obtain a prepaid envelope to return the product by mail, customers can contact Dillard’s.
A child can fall off the side of the slide before reaching the pool entry point, posing a fall hazard that can result in serious injury.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled slides and contact S.R. Smith for a free slide rail extension kit that will increase the height of the rail sides. Consumers can install the extension kit or contact S.R. Smith for a one-time, free installation of the kit.
The plastic seat can crack or break, posing a fall hazard.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled swings and contact Little Tikes for a refund in the form of a credit towards the purchase of another Little Tikes product.
The power cord plug can overheat, posing a fire hazard to consumers.
Consumers should stop using and unplug the recalled units and contact Carrier to receive a free replacement cord.
About 94,000 (in addition, about 285,000 were previously recalled in December 2015 and 185,000 were previously recalled in November 2007)
The fuel line can leak, posing fire and burn hazards.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled chain saws and return them to an authorized STIHL dealer for a free inspection and free repair.
When the button batteries are removed, the battery’s cap can become a projectile and the battery’s chemicals can leak.
Consumers should immediately stop using the toy frogs, refrain from opening the battery compartment and contact Moose Toys for a free replacement Little Live Pet product.
About 427,000 (in addition, 17,800 were sold in Canada)