When the unit is being charged, it can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled charging stations and contact The Container Store for instructions on how to receive a full refund.
The batteries in the flashlight can overheat, causing the flashlight to become hot, posing burn and fire hazards.
Consumers should immediately take the flashlight that was sold with the hat away from children, stop using it, remove the batteries and dispose of the flashlight and contact Spirit Halloween for a full refund. Customers will be asked to provide a photo of the tag located under the ear in the hat.
About 20,000 (In addition, about 1,500 were sold in Canada)
The electric space heater can overheat when in use, posing fire and burn hazards.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled heaters and contact Vornado for instructions on how to receive a full refund or a free replacement unit, including free shipping.
The plastic enclosure can overheat, posing a burn hazard.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled laminators and contact 3M for a full refund.
About 395,000 (In addition, about 130 were sold in Canada)
If the exhaust silencer fatigues and cracks, the heat shield may not manage heat, which may lead to melting of nearby components or fire.
Consumers should immediately stop riding the affected vehicles and contact a Polaris dealer for a free repair.
The incline lead screw can shear off, causing the foot pedals to drop unexpectedly, resulting in a fall hazard to the user.
Gym and Fitness Center operators should immediately stop using these recalled cross trainers and contact Octane Fitness LLC for repair instructions. The firm is contacting all known purchasers of the recalled cross trainers directly.
The elevator cab can rise unexpectedly to the top of the elevator shaft and abruptly stop, posing an impact hazard to consumers in the elevator cab.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled elevators and contact Residential Elevators to schedule a free inspection and, where a replacement part is needed, a free repair. Elevators that have been inspected by the company since May 2017 do not require a new inspection. Residential Elevators is able to determine whether a residential elevator is included in the recall by the consumer’s street address. The firm is contacting all known purchasers directly.
Hot water can drip from the machine when it is used in high altitude areas over 6,000 feet in elevation, posing a burn hazard to users.
Consumers in high altitude areas over 6,000 feet in elevation should immediately stop using the recalled dispensers and contact Primo for a free replacement.