The molded grip on the hammer can come loose, posing an injury hazard to consumers.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled hammers and return them to Walmart to receive a refund in the form of a Walmart gift card for the purchase price.
The portable generator’s fuel tank can leak gasoline, posing fire and burn hazards.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled generators and contact a Yamaha Power Products dealer to schedule a free repair. Yamaha is contacting all registered owners directly.
Hazards include infant fatalities, fire, burn, choking, fall, laceration, skin irritation, explosion or other injuries depending on the product.
The string light wiring inside of the Jack-O-Lanterns can overheat, spark or ignite, posing a fire hazard.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Stacked Gourd Jack-O-Lantern decorations and contact Mark Feldstein & Associates to receive a full refund
The product contains the substance methyl salicylate, which must be in child resistant packaging as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act (PPPA). The packaging of the product is not child resistant, posing a poisoning risk if the contents are swallowed by young children.
Consumers should immediately store the product in a safe location out of reach of children and contact RESURRECTIONbeauty for a free replacement child-resistant cap. All known purchasers are being notified directly by the firm about the recall.
The ski boot shell can crack, posing a fall hazard and risk of injury to the consumer.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ski boots and contact SCARPA for instructions on returning the boot to receive a free boot shell repair. SCARPA is contacting all known purchasers directly.
About 4,200 (in addition, 1,200 were sold in Canada)
The speaker’s battery can become overcharged and burst, posing an impact hazard.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled speakers and contact ECOXGEAR to receive a free battery replacement kit.
The product contains the hazardous substance oxalic acid. The label on the product violates the Federal Hazardous Substance Act (FHSA) by omitting the word “poison” and printing the mandatory hazard statement for poisonous chemicals on the back of the label instead of the front, posing a risk of poisoning if swallowed by children.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled product, move it out of the reach of children and contact Deck Source for a free replacement label to put on the product.
About 450 (in addition, about 1,400 were sold in Canada)