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February 2015 Children's Product Recalls

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Top Recall

February 12, 2015 CPSC:  Kidde is voluntarily recalling its disposable plastic fire extinguishers because it may fail to discharge when the lever is repeatedly pressed. No.: 4.6 million

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February 24, 2015 CPSC: Electrolux is voluntarily recalling its Kenmore electric ranges because the heating element can fail to properly adhere to the stovetop, causing an electrical shock hazard. Units: 3,000

February 24, 2015 CPSC: Oliver Fiberglass Products and NuWhirl Systems are voluntarily recalling their safe step walk in bathtubs because the tub’s heated seat can be “stuck” on the “on” position causing a burn hazard. Units: 6,400

February 24, 2015 CPSC: Fanimation is voluntarily recall its Brewmaster ceiling fans because the fan blades can separate when the unit is in reverse Units: 9300

February 18, 2015 CPSC: Tommy Bahama is voluntarily recalling its Hula Girl cocktail shaker and glass sets because the shaker can break unexpectedly and pose a laceration hazard. Due to Laceration Hazard Units: 1,700

February 18, 2015 CPSC: Hayneedle/East West Basics is voluntarily recalling its fiber optic lighted Christmas trees because the motor which turns the color disc can overheat and cause a fire hazard Units: 220

February 13, 2015 CPSC: Scott is voluntarily recalling its Vanish Evo Bicycle Helmets because of a potential head injury. They do not conform to CPSC safety standards.

February 12, 2015 CPSC: SRAM is voluntarily recalling its Zipp 88 Bike wheels because pieces of the wheel machinery can fail posing a crash and fall hazard. No.: 12,000

February 12, 2015 CPSC: Kidde is voluntarily recalling its disposable plastic fire extinguishers because it may fail to discharge when the lever is repeatedly pressed. No.: 4.6 million

February 12, 2015 CPSC: KTM North America is voluntarily recalling its KTM and Husqvarna brand Enduro motorcycles because of a crash hazard when a piston gets stuck No.: about 3,200

February 11, 2015 CPSC: System Sensor is voluntarily recalling its combination carbon monoxide and smoke detectors because the CO part can become inoperable. No.: 1450

February 10, 2015 CPSC: Marin Mountain Bikes is voluntarily recalling its 2014 MBX 50 and Tiny Trail bikes because the handlebar can loosen and cause the rider to lose control. No.: 450 in US and Canada

February 5, 2015 CPSC: Mima is voluntarily recalling its Mimi Moon 3-in-1 high chairs because the high chair seat can loosen and cause a fall hazard. No.: 1,470

Februrary 5, 2015 CPSC: LS Imports is voluntarily recalling its airplane and butterfly push toys because pieces can detach and cause a choking hazard. No.: 660

February 5, 2015 CPSC: Sea Gull Lighting is voluntarily recalling chandeliers because the ceiling mount can break, the chandelier can fall and injure bystanders. No.: 9,600 in U.S. and Canada

February 4, 2015 CPSC: Lazy One is voluntarily recalling children's footie PJs and robes because they violate U.S. flammability standards, posing a burn hazard. No.: 8,400

February 4, 2015 CPSC: Lifesmart is voluntarily recalling Lifepro mini space heaters because the back plate can detach and cause an electrical shock. No.: 17,000

February 4, 2015 CPSC: Family Dollar is voluntarily recalling Tough Treadz auto carrier toy sets because of a laceration hazard; the cars have sharp edges. No.: 254,000

February 3, 2015 CPSC: Performance Packaging is voluntarily recalling children’s food pouch attachment because of choking hazard when the screws separate. No.: 6,000

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