When these pacifiers were tested for compliance with the CPSC safety requirements, the nipples separated. The separated nipples could present a choking hazard.
Consumers should stop using these pacifiers immediately return them to the retailer where they were purchased for a full refund.
These bath blocks pose a potential danger if small children bite off pieces large enough to lodge in their throats and cause them to choke or suffocate.
Consumers should remove these products from use immediately and return them by mail or in person to the retailer where purchased for a refund of the purchase price and postage or transportation costs.
An estimated 19,000 sets have been distributed nationwide.
The jogging suits fail to meet the Commission's flammability requirement for general wearing apparel.
The jogging suits are identified as style 4061 and the firm has agreed to provide a full refund to consumers who return the jogging suits to the retail stores where they were purchased.
Despite the claim on the package that the "KER-BANGERS" are "SHATTERPROOF," when the Consumer Product Safety Commission tested these toys, the balls either shattered or cracked. In addition, many of the handles broke.
Consumers who have "KER-BANGERS" should promptly throw them away.
These electrically operated humidifiers may contain a defective motor which could overheat and present a fire hazard.
Owners of affected humidifiers should stop using their unit and contact Toastmaster Inc. for further instructions. Toastmaster will repair all suspect units free of charge.
The paint on both crib exercisers contained 2% lead. Therefore, these crib exercisers present a hazard of lead poisoning.
Consumers should remove these products from use immediately and discard them or return them to the retailer where purchased for a full refund.
These baby toys are banned under CPSC's Small Parts and Rattle Requirements because they have parts which are small enough to lodge in an infant's throat and cause obstruction of the airway.
Consumers should remove these products from use immediately and either discard them or return them to the retailer where purchased for a full refund.
Retailers should remove these products from sale immediately and return them to F.J. STRAUSS CO., INC., 3900 West Side Avenue, North Bergen, New Jersey 07047.
Approximately 2,585 dozen
These bins are banned by federal law because they have tipped over and crushed children.
The firm has received some complaints of problems with these forks that have resulted in a loosening of the steering tube in some bicycles.
Anyone who purchased one of these bicycles prior to 1985 and has not yet had it repaired should stop riding the bike immediately and take it to a local authorized Cannondale bicycle dealer who will, should the fork be one of the defective ones, replace the fork free of charge.
Metal clamps used to secure the top burner valves to the gas manifold may experience excessive corrosion and potential breakage. Should this occur, the gas valve can break away from the manifold, permitting, gas to escape and leading to the possibility of fire.
Consumers who have one of these units should call Tappan; free inspection and repair will be made.