The string light wiring inside of the Jack-O-Lanterns can overheat, spark or ignite, posing a fire hazard.
Mark Feldstein & Associates at 800-755-6504 from 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, email at Sales@MFAgifts.com or visit www.MFAgifts.com and click on the Recall Information button on the homepage for more information.
This recall involves Stacked Gourd Jack-O-Lantern decorations. The 12-inch Jack-O-Lantern is hand-painted resin and has battery-operated LED string lights inside the product. The Jack-O-Lantern’s lights are powered with three AAA batteries. Printed on a hang tag and a label on the box is UPC code 789683062481, model number S1915D12 and Mark Feldstein & Associates Inc.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Stacked Gourd Jack-O-Lantern decorations and contact Mark Feldstein & Associates to receive a full refund
The firm has received four reports of the Jack-O-Lantern decorations smoking or catching on fire. No injuries or property damage have been reported.
Mark Feldstein & Associates, Inc., of Sylvania, Ohio, and 1i4 Group, of Logan, Utah
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