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Recalls

February 21, 2024
Hazard:

The laptop AC adapters can overheat and spark, posing burn and fire hazards.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled AC adapters and contact Dynabook Americas for a free replacement AC adapter. 

Visit https://support.dynabook.com/axx2024 to identify if the AC adapter is part of the recall and for instructions on how to order a replacement. Consumers need to submit a photo of their AC adapter with the power cord cut and certify proper disposal to dba-acadapter2024@dynabook.com to receive a free replacement.

Units:

About 15.5 million (In addition, about 1.3 million were sold in Canada)

Consumer Contact:
Phone: (800) 457-7777
February 15, 2024
Hazard:

The portable fuel bottles do not meet the child-resistant requirements for closures under the Children's Gasoline Burn Prevention Act (CGBPA). The closure for the products is not child-resistant, posing a risk of burn and poisoning to children. The 530mL BRS bottle was manufactured after the Portable Fuel Container Safety Act (PFCSA) became effective and lacks a flame mitigation device, posing a flash fire hazard.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled fuel bottles and place them out of reach to children. To receive a full refund, WAOLi is asking consumers to initial and date the bottles, and then submit a photo of them in the trash along with their refund request.

Units:

About 500

February 15, 2024
Hazard:

The strap anchor can become dislodged from the helmet when sufficient force is applied, and therefore violates the CPSC federal safety regulation for bicycle helmets. The helmets can fail to protect in the event of a crash, posing a risk of head injury.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Bell Soquel Youth Helmets and contact Bell Sports for a refund. To receive a refund, consumers should destroy the helmet by cutting off the straps and upload photos of the helmet with the straps cut to consumersupport-bell@bellhelmets.com to prove destruction, then dispose of the recalled helmet.

Units:

About 2,425 (In addition, about 2,400 were sold in Canada)

February 15, 2024
Hazard:

The control panel (user interface) on the ranges can detach from the unit, posing electrical shock and electrocution hazards.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Frigidaire rear-controlled ranges and contact Electrolux Group for a free repair/professional installation of a new control panel. Consumers should not use the range while awaiting the service call. Consumers should unplug the unit until repaired by an authorized servicer.

Units:

About 1,800 (In addition, about 130 were sold in Canada)

Consumer Contact:
Phone: (877) 232-6822
February 15, 2024
Hazard:

The smokers can leak electrical current during use, posing an electric shock hazard.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled electric smokers and contact Char-Broil for a free repair kit. The repair kit consists of a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (“GFCI”) plug (also known as a “pigtail”), a clamshell enclosure to secure the GFCI pigtail, and a cable clamp. Instructions for installing each of these repair kit items will also be provided.

Units:

About 211,700 (In addition, 3,440 were sold in Canada)

Consumer Contact:
Phone: (833) 206-4647
February 15, 2024
Hazard:

The recalled greenhouses can overheat, posing a fire hazard resulting in property damage and injury.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the “Combi” and “Growing Table-Mini Greenhouse and Raised Garden Bed” and contact Ocean State Job Lot for a full refund. Consumers who purchased this product at Ocean State Job Lot stores can return it to the store for a full refund or contact Customer Service for additional instructions. 

Home Lot (eCommerce) customers should prominently mark “DO NOT USE” in permanent marker on the product and dispose of the product. Consumers who purchased from Home Lot will need to submit a photograph of the recalled product with “DO NOT USE” marked on it to Home Lot customer service at support@mrpearl11.com for a refund to their original method of payment. Consumers can visit https://about.oceanstatejoblot.com/category/product-recalls/ or https://about.oceanstatejoblot.com/ and click on “Product Recalls” at the bottom of the page for more information.

Units:

About 12,800

Consumer Contact:
Phone: (833) 209-7100
February 15, 2024
Hazard:

The climbing sticks can break at the weld point, posing fall and laceration hazards to consumers.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled climbing sticks and contact FeraDyne to receive a full refund. Consumers can return the recalled product with a FeraDyne-provided prepaid mailer or receive instructions on how to destroy the climbing stick.

Units:

About 8,900

Consumer Contact:
Phone: (800) 787-7589
February 08, 2024
Hazard:

The adapters’ male connector can become loose, overheat, and melt into the GPU, posing fire and burn hazards.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled angled adapters and contact CableMod for instructions on how to safely remove their adapter from the GPU and for a full refund, including cost of shipping, or a $60 store credit for non-customized products, with free standard shipping. Consumers will be asked to destroy the adapter and upload a photo of the destroyed product to https://cablemod.com/adapterrecall/. The instructions on how to safely remove the adapter are also located on that site. Once destroyed, consumers should discard the adapter in accordance with local laws.

Units:

About 25,300

Consumer Contact:
Phone: (888) 203-3605
February 08, 2024
Hazard:

The lighters do not have child-resistant mechanisms and were not tested to the federal regulatory requirements for child resistance. Young children under 5 years old could ignite the lighters, posing fire and burn hazards.

Remedy:

Consumers should stop using the recalled lighters immediately and contact VPR Brands for instructions on how to destroy the device and submit proof of destruction to receive a full refund.

Units:

About 62,200

Consumer Contact:
Phone: (888) 420-8858
February 08, 2024
Hazard:

The recalled refrigerators contain an ice bucket assembly component that can break, resulting in plastic pieces entering the ice bucket, posing choking and laceration hazards to consumers if the pieces are dispensed out of the ice bucket.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the ice makers and contact Electrolux Group to request a replacement ice bucket assembly component, free of charge.

Units:

About 383,240 (In addition, about 5,785 units were sold in Canada) 

Consumer Contact:
Phone: (888) 377-7563
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