The video monitor’s batteries can overheat, swell and expand and cause the battery cover to open or come off and expose hot batteries, posing a burn hazard to consumers.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled monitors and contact Lorex for instructions on receiving a full refund.
About 22,000 (In addition, 4,300 were sold in Canada)
The downlights power supply connectors can have incorrect wiring, posing an electric shock hazard to the user.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled downlights and contact the firm to schedule a free inspection and, if needed, repair by a technician. Consumers should not try to inspect or repair the units themselves. Warnings and instructions must be followed to disconnect power prior to servicing, removing or replacing the recalled products.
The pulley bolt can loosen and cause the snow blower to get stuck in drive mode, posing an injury hazard.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled snow blowers and inspect their snow blower to determine if it has a loose pulley bolt. Inspection instructions can be found at: https://powersmartusa.com/pages/bolt-inspection-instruction-sheet. Consumers with a loose pulley bolt should contact Amerisun for a free repair kit or for instructions on how to get the bolt tightened free of charge.
About 34,600 (in addition, about 11,800 were sold in Canada)
There are two switches on the VCB2 that can get stuck between positions causing the switches to short out and overheat. If the switches overheat, the metal case of the switch can become hot, posing a burn hazard.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled circuit boards and return them to the firm for a free repair. Instructions for returning the units are available on the firm’s website. Vernier is contacting known customers directly.
The pins on one end of the lamp can be energized during installation/removal, posing electric shock and electrocution hazards.
Consumers should immediately contact GE Lighting to receive instructions on safely removing the LED tube lamps, and to receive a refund in the form of a $17 Lowe's store credit. Consumers should make sure the light switch is “off” before attempting to change LED tube lamps.
About 46,000 packages of two tube lamps (92,000 individual lamps)
The recalled propane gas does not contain sufficient levels of odorant to help alert consumers to a gas leak. Failure to detect leaking gas can present fire, explosion and thermal burn hazards.
Consumers should not attempt to test the propane themselves. Instead, consumers who have propane delivered to storage tanks should immediately contact the retailer, supplier or Keyera Energy to arrange for a free inspection. If the inspection confirms that the propane contains insufficient odorant, Keyera Energy will arrange for additional odorization or a replacement of the under-odorized propane. Consumers should have carbon monoxide alarms in homes or other buildings that utilize propane gas. If consumers do smell even a faint odor of gas or a gas leak, they should immediately leave the building and call 911 or call their gas supplier. Do not light a match, turn on a light or switch on anything electrical.
About 1.7 million gallons
The bicycle belt can break, posing a fall hazard.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bicycles and return them to any IKEA store for a full refund.
About 4,900 (In addition, about 200 were sold in Canada)
The wireless phone charger can overheat while in use, posing a burn hazard to consumers.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled chargers and contact Bluefin for a full refund.