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Camera Recall 03/14/2006
Information on a free repair kit for owners of certain Olympus 35mm cameras on the recall list.
Fisher Price toy 01/18/2006
Fisher Price is recalling more than 600,000 musical chair toys because they pose a strangulation risk. They're called the Laugh and Learn Musical Learning Chairs. A child can become lodged between the seat back and side table. Consumers should contact Fisher-Price at 866-552-3914 to receive a free repair kit.
Chrysler Jeep Grand Cherokees 09/16/2005
DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler Group is recalling more than 100,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee sport utility vehicles because water contamination of the transmission fluid could lead to fires under the hood. The recall involves 2005 model year vehicles with 3.7 liter engines and automatic transmissions, accounting for about 45 percent of all Jeep Grand Cherokees sold from that year. All owners will be notified of the recall in October. But if motorists experience the tremor in the transmission, they should have it inspected by a dealer.
Ford pickup trucks and SUVs 09/07/2005
Fort Motor Company has announced it's recalling 3.8 million pickup trucks and SUVs. A cruise control switch has caused engine fires, even with the vehicle parked and the engine turned off. The recall includes model years 1994 through 2002 on F-150 pickup trucks, Ford Expeditions, Lincoln Navigators and Ford Broncos.
Cell Phone Weight Loss 07/29/2005
The camera on your cell phone can help you lose weight. This website shows you how.
Graco Stroller Recall
Candle Recall 06/21/2005
Go-Kart Recall 06/21/2005
Yerf-Dog Spiderbox Go-Kart recall.
Scooter recalls 06/14/2005
Scooter recalls from the consumer product safety commission
Tylenol recall 06/03/2005
Coffee Maker Recall 06/02/2005
Whirlpool coffee maker recall.
Pacifier recall 05/12/2005
Nationwide pacifier recall.
Fisher Price Toy Recall 05/10/2005
Fisher Price Toy Recalls on Consumer Product Safety Commission website
Chair recall 03/04/2005
Atico International has recalled 1.5 million colorful metal children's folding chairs sold nationwide since September 2002. The safety latch on the chair can fail, causing it to collapse or fold unexpectedly. The Consumer Produce Safety Commission reports four cases of fingertip amputations and seven reports of finger cuts. The company wants you to take the chairs back to the store where they were purchased.
Vacuum recall 04/14/2005
Hoover is telling hundreds of thousands of owners to stop using their vacuum cleaners because some of the handles may smoke, melt or even catch fire. Hoover is recalling 636,000 self-propelled uprights after fielding about 250 reports of trouble with the on-off switch. The recall covers nine upright models sold between May of 1998 and July of 2000. Hoover says owners of the vacuums, which originally were priced around $260, can contact the company for a free repair. The recall covers the following models: U6423-900, U6425-900, U6425-950, U6445-900, U6445-960, U6449-900, U6450-900, U6451-900 and U6455-900. The beginning of the serial numbers range from 0598 to 1199. Consumers can contact the company by visiting www.maytag.com or www.hoover.com or by calling 800-250-6075, weekdays, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. EST.
Spaghettios recall 04/13/2005
Campbell Soup Supply Company is recalling hundreds of thousands of cans of SpaghettiOs. The company says the cans of "Campbell's SpaghettiOs Plus Calcium, Pasta in Tomato and Cheese Sauce" don't list that the meatballs are made with soy protein, which can cause an allergic reaction in some people.The cans were distributed nationwide and in Puerto Rico. The recalled cans bear the date code AUG 2006 02105. The top of each can bears the package code that begins EST 4R U5 5M. Consumers with questions can call 1-800-796-3484.
Scooter recall 03/25/2005
The manufacturer of Bratz Stylin' Scooters is recalling about 297,000 scooters because the wheels can break or become damaged, which can lead users to fall or suffer injuries, the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The recall includes scooters manufactured by Jurong Dumar Bicycle Inc. of China. The recall does not include Bratz Stylin' Scooters manufactured for MGA by any manufacturer other than Jurong. The non-motorized, two-wheeled scooters have a folding hinge and an adjustable handlebar. The scooter platform is purple with a bright pink Bratz logo on the top surface. Included in this recall are scooters containing information identifying the product as Item No. 266563, with a date of manufacture before July 2004, and manufactured by Jurong. This identification information can be located either in the area directly beneath the scooter platform or at the bottom of the scooter near the rear wheel. The scooters were sold at toy and discount chain stores from September 2003 through November 2004 for about $30. Consumers should stop using the scooter immediately and contact MGA for a refund or a replacement scooter. For additional information, consumers can contact MGA at 800-222-4685.
Toaster recall 03/25/2005
About 40,000 Kitchenaid Proline toasters are being recalled due to a fire hazard. An interruption of power can cause the heating elements to unexpectedly self-start and ignite any flammable items left on top of the units. These recalled toasters are painted die-cast metal or stainless steel and come in two-slice or four-slice models. Consumers should stop using the toasters and call Kitchenaid for a free replacement at 800-874-0608.The model and serial numbers, which are on labels affixed to the bottom of the toasters, include: KPTT780PM, KPTT780ER, KPTT890PM, KPTT890ER.
Battery Recall 03/24/2005
Thomson Incorporated is recalling about 47,000 RCA portable DVD player batteries. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the Carmel-based company is aware of at least 11 incidents of batteries overheating and five that exploded while recharging. The batteries were manufactured in China and came with RCA portable DVD players from September 2002 to July 2003. The recalled batteries have the model number DRC600N. The company is providing a free replacement. (Consumers can contact the company by visiting http://www.rca.com/recall or calling 800-821-5875.)
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