The lithium-ion battery in the Galaxy Note7 smartphones can overheat and catch fire, posing serious fire and burn hazard to consumers.
Consumers should immediately stop using and power down all Galaxy Note7 devices, including Note7 devices received as replacements in the previous recall.
Contact the wireless carrier, retail outlet or Samsung.com where you purchased your device to receive a refund or free exchange for a new replacement device plus incentives. Consumers who purchased their phones from other sources should contact Samsung directly to receive a free remedy. Go to http://www.samsung.com and http://www.samsung.com/us/note7recall/ for more details.
About 1.9 million (This includes the 1 million Galaxy Note7s recalled on September 15, 2016 )
Fabric slings on the recalled infant bath tubs can detach from the tub.
Consumers should immediately stop using the fabric sling in the recalled product and contact Summer Infant for a replacement fabric sling with a white plastic attachment clip.
The paint can contain harmful bacteria. Exposure to certain bacteria can have adverse health effects in immunocompromised individuals.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled paints and contact Sargent Art for a full refund.
About 2.8 million units of paint in the U.S. (in addition, 20,000 units in Canada)
Samsung Recalls Galaxy Note7 Smartphones Due to Serious Fire and Burn Hazards
Consumers should immediately stop using and power down the recalled Galaxy Note7 devices purchased before September 15, 2016. Contact the wireless carrier, retail outlet or Samsung.com where you purchased your device to receive free of charge a new Galaxy Note7 with a different battery, a refund or a new replacement device. Go to www.samsung.com for more details.
About 1 million
The fan cover can unlatch unexpectedly, posing a laceration hazard.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled product and contact BLACK+DECKER for a free repair kit, which includes a replacement fan cover.
About 560,000 (in addition, about 20,000 were sold in Canada)
The recalled wristbands can cause skin irritation or burns to children.
Consumers should immediately take the recalled wristbands from children and return them to any McDonald’s for a free replacement toy and either a yogurt tube or bag of apple slices.
About 29 million units in the U.S. (in addition, about 3.6 million units in Canada)
The stainless steel straws are rigid and can poke children in the mouth.
Consumers should not allow children to handle or use the stainless steel straws.
About 2.5 million in the U.S. (in addition, about 301,000 were sold in Canada)
The lead solder exterior base of the bottles contains high levels of lead, which is toxic if ingested by young children can can cause adverse health issues.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled water bottles and contact L.L.Bean for a full refund.