The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission today warned consumers who may have purchased after December, 1973, a "Kelsey-Stuart, Inc." 12-volt battery charger carrying model number A-610 to immediately discontinue use of the device. The Commission said they contain a possible defect which could result in a fatal electric shock.
CPSC and the Allied Products Division of Consolidated Cigar Corp. urged consumers to immediately discontinue use of some potentially hazardous Rogers Butane Fuel Refills. The valves on some refills may be defective resulting in butane leakage and fire.
CPSC banned nine additional aerosol spray adhesives as "presenting an imminent hazard." The action follows last week's ban of four aerosol spray glues that have been possibly linked to chromosome breakage, resulting severe multiple birth defects.