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September 2009 Archives

Wet n’ Wild eye makeup remover recalled over contamination

Wet n’ Wild eye makeup remover is being recalled over bacterial contamination, including Enterobacter gergoviae and Listeria monocytogenes. These bacteria can cause eye infections and listeria can cause complications in pregnant women.

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Thermostat with built-in GFCI recalled over electric shock risk

Thermostats with a built-in ground fault circuit interrupter, or GFCI, and designed for use in under-floor heating systems have been recalled over a risk of electric shocks.

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Magzoid magnetic construction toys recalled

Magz is recalling Magzoid magnetic construction system toys because of small parts that pose a choking hazard.

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Big Lots Stores, Inc. recalls bunk beds over collapse and fall danger

About 20,000 wooden bunk beds imported and sold by Big Lots Stores Inc. of Columbus, Ohio, are being recalled because some support slats and side supports railing could break, posing a risk the bunk bed might collapse and people might fall.

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Big Lots Stores, Inc. recalls bunk beds over collapse and fall danger

About 20,000 wooden bunk beds imported and sold by Big Lots Stores Inc. of Columbus, Ohio, are being recalled because some support slats and side supports railing could break, posing a risk the bunk bed might collapse and people might fall.

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Grand Trunk recalls parachute hammocks due to fall hazard

About 2,500 hammocks manufactured by Grand Trunk Inc. of Skokie, Ill., are the subject of a voluntary recall because the hammock's supporting hooks can fail, causing occupants to fall.

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Grand Trunk recalls parachute hammocks due to fall hazard

About 2,500 hammocks manufactured by Grand Trunk Inc. of Skokie, Ill., are the subject of a voluntary recall because the hammock's supporting hooks can fail, causing occupants to fall.

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Possible Salmonella taint in Queen Victoria spinach

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Kids Tool Toy Watering cans recalled over barium levels

Kids Tool toy watering cans are being recalled by Tinsmith .The metallic watering cans, which come in blue, green or red, contain paint with barium levels above the allowable limit.

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Baby Jogger Mini strollers recalled

Baby Jogger is recalling its Mini single and double strollers over reports their restraint buckles can break or unlatch, allowing an infant to fall out.

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Trudeau garlic slicers recalled over blade hazard

Trudeau Corp.’s Garlic Duo Slicers have been recalled over a laceration risk to users. The company has received four reports of slicer blades breaking off during use, but no reports of injuries.

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SRAM recalls bicycle chains and chain connector links due to fall hazard

About 24,000 bicycle chains have been recalled by SRAM LLC of Chicago, Ill., because the connector links used on them are brittle and can crack, potentially allowing the chain to separate from the bike and be a fall hazard to the rider, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says.

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Grizzly Industrial recalls Bandsaws due to shock hazard

About 500 Bandsaws were recalled by Grizzly Industrial Inc. of Bellingham, Wash., because some don’t have a grounding wire installed, which poses an electric shock hazard to users, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Tuesday.

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La Jolla Sport recalls O’Neill children’s sweatshirts due to strangulation hazard

About 2,300 children’s hooded fleece sweatshirts are being voluntarily recalled by La Jolla Sport USA Inc because their drawstrings could pose a strangulation hazard to children, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Tuesday.

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Team Work Trading recalls children’s animal masks, pendants due to lead exposure risk

About 1,400 children’s animal masks and pendants are being recalled voluntarily by Los Angeles-based Team Work Trading because they contain high levels of lead, which if ingested could cause adverse health effects, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Tuesday.

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OfficeMax Task brand office chairs recalled over fall hazard

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Durabrand DVD player recall expanded

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is expanding its Aug. 20 recall of Durabrand DVD Players over a fire hazard

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Imaginarium shape sorting cube recalled over excessive barium

Health Canada is recalling Imaginarium shape sorting cubes because the surface paint contains excessive barium.

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Deli meat warning over listeria monocytogenes expanded

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is updating its warning not to consume certain Delstar and Compliments sliced ready-to-eat deli meats because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

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Health Canada recalls foam puzzles with numbers or letters due to choking hazard

Health Canada is recalling foam-block puzzles with numbers or letters sold at dollar stores in Quebec, because of a choking hazard.

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Health Canada recalls Black & Decker coffee makers due to burn hazard

Health Canada is recalling Black & Decker thermal coffee makers because they can overheat or melt, posing a burn hazard.

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