Recall Alert

  • Baby Recliner Bed Recalled

    (WBNG Binghamton) Baby Matters LLC is recalling 30,000 Nap Nanny® portable baby recliners. Babies sleeping on the bed in a crib can roll out of it and get trapped between the recliner and the crib bumper.

  • Mini Bikes and Go-Karts Recalled For Fire Hazard

    About 308,000 mini-bikes and Go-Karts have been recalled by Baja Motorsports. The gas cap can leak or come off completely from the fuel tank on the recalled mini bikes and go-carts.

  • Crib Tent Could Be A Danger To Your Child

    Playard Tents could be a strangulation danger to your child.

  • Wire Welder Could Burn Users

    Wire Feed Welders have been recalled by Star Asia USA. The welder's torch does not have a cold contactor, as is claimed on the box and instruction manual.

  • Suzuki ATV Recalled For Sticking Accelerator

    Suzuki QuadSport ATVs are being recalled by American Suzuki Motor Corporation because of a loss of control hazard. The CPSC reports the flame arrester screen can detach from its mounting ring, preventing the throttle valve from returning to the idle position when the throttle lever is released and causing the rider to lose control of the ATV.

  • Laptop Batteries Could Burn Or Start Fires

    About 500 External laptop batteries have been recalled by Tekkeon Incorporated. The battery cell can short-circuit and overheat, posing a fire hazard to consumers.

  • Children's Jewelry Recalled

    Movie-themed jewelry has been recalled because of heavy metals that could affect children's health.

  • Children's Jewelry Recalled For Heavy Metal Content

    Children's Happy Charm Bracelets and Football Rings have been recalled because they can contain heavy metals. About 66 thousand of these bracelets and 22 hundred rings were handed out as treats at doctor's and dentist's offices.

  • Crib Crawl Space

    C&T International/Sorelle is recalling drop side cribs sold under the Golden Baby name.

  • Beado Hand-Held Bead Toys Can Pose Choking Hazard

    Beado handheld bead play toys have been recalled because they can come apart, with the beads posing a choking hazard. About 5,500 of the Rhino Toys Beados were sold.

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