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Defective Products

Posted On 03/20/20

February Product Recalls (2020)

Defective products cause thousands of preventable consumer injuries and deaths annually. It is the responsibility of the manufacturer not to produce defectively designed and assembled products. Yet many dangerous items reach consumers daily. Keeping up with the latest product recalls for February 2020 can help you and your family avoid items with known risks. Sump Pumps A sump pump sold under the brand names Star Water Systems, Do It and Utilitech could pose a fire hazard due to an overheating risk. The brands recalled about 33,000 units of the sump pumps after receiving six reports of the pumps overheating and smoking, with no reported injuries. The recalled sump pump is...

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Posted On 02/17/20

January Product Recalls (2020)

Each month, the Consumer Product Safety Commission adds new product recalls to its national list. If you have purchased anything on the list, you may need to act quickly to repair or return the item. Missing a recall on an item you have in your home could lead to personal injuries, disasters and even deaths from a defective product. Here are some of the national recalls for January 2020. Boston Warehouse Holiday Travel Mugs If someone gifted you a holiday-themed travel mug from Boston Warehouse Trading Corp, it may have a recall. The company announced a recall on January 9th due to a potential fire hazard. The manufacturing company mistakenly...

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Posted On 01/17/20

December Product Recalls 2019

A recall means something is wrong with the product that could potentially harm consumers. The item may have encountered a problem in its design, manufacture or marketing that makes it unreasonably dangerous for use. Recalled products cause thousands of serious injuries per year, along with many deaths. Keeping up with recalled products can help you stay away from known health or safety risks. DaVinci Bassinets DaVinci recalled about 3,000 Bailey bassinets in early December 2019 for a potential fall hazard. The company stated the support legs on the item could break, potentially collapsing the bassinet and injuring infant occupants. DaVinci announced the recall after receiving 19 reports of the bassinet’s...

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Posted On 12/19/19

November Product Recalls 2019

A recalled product can wreak havoc for consumers. A recalled product may contain defects that make it highly dangerous for use, such as electrical malfunctions or a child strangulation hazard. Every year, product defects of all kinds cause thousands of consumer injuries and deaths. Keeping up with the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s new monthly product recalls could keep you and your family safe from defective items. Skacel Collection Knitting Needles A laceration hazard led to the brand Skacel Collection recalling about 270 units of its FlipStix knitting needles in early November. The company says the shafts of the needles may burst or split, potentially lacerating users. Its offered remedy is...

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Posted On 11/21/19

October Product Recalls 2019

It is an unfortunate reality that many product manufacturers look out for their bottom lines more than consumer safety. Product manufacturers may allow defective, dangerous or low-quality products to slip through the cracks and make it into the hands and homes of consumers. Defective and dangerous products cause thousands of consumer injuries and deaths each year. Look out for items that made it to the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s recall list in October 2019 to keep yourself safe. Dressers On October 3rd, two separate manufacturers recalled dressers for tip-over and entrapment hazards. The first was E&E, recalling its INK+IVY Renu three-drawer dresser. The company said the dresser is not stable...

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Posted On 09/16/19

August Product Recalls (2019)

Dangerously designed, manufactured or marketed products injure and kill thousands of people every year. Although it is up to a manufacturing company to ensure the safety of its products, many mistakes slip through the cracks – either due to negligence or intentional attempts to save money. Defective products can contain serious problems that result in fires, explosions, electric shocks, lacerations, broken bones and many other damages. Keeping up with the latest product recalls in 2019 can help you stay away from dangerous or defective items. Super Jumper Trampolines Super Jumper Inc. has recalled about 23,000 trampolines due to potential fall risks. The recalled trampolines are 14 feet wide, with metal...

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