Recall Alert: Elliptical Exercise Trainers & Children's Pajamas

By Alice Maggiore

Recall Alert: Elliptical Exercise Trainers & Children's Pajamas

December 13, 2011 Updated Dec 13, 2011 at 7:14 PM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton) It's designed to help you get fit, but this machine could knock you out of commission. Then, pajamas are meant to be comfortable, but you may want to get rid of one set.

Nautilus recalls 10,000 elliptical exercise trainer machines, because its heard 9 reports of foot plates detaching or breaking during use, causing consumers to fall.

Wearing a model name of Schwinn 460, the machines are made of gray anodized aluminum.

There are two moving and two fixed handlebars. There's a touch-screen console, and adjustable fan, and an orange colored water bottle holder.

The machines were sold online, and at local Dick's Sporting Goods stores, as well as specialty fitness retailers and sporting goods stores nationwide during the past 3 years.

You're encouraged to call the company where you bought it for a free repair kit and extended warranty.

Then, does your child own these pajamas?

If so, Bella Bliss wants you to know they're recalling 2300 pairs because the PJs did not meet the federal flammability standard.

That means they pose a risk of your child getting burned.

The Children's Henely Pima Cotton Pajamas are two piece sets.

The cotton sleepwear was sold in sizes 2 to 12, in colors blue, pink or red.

The sets were available online and in the Bella Bliss catalog from January 2008 to June 2011.

They sold for between $48 and 58 dollars.

Take the pajamas back where you bought them for a full refund, exchange or store credit. Call Bella Bliss at (866) 846-5295 or bellabliss.com.

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