The fabric conditioners can contain a chemical impurity, ethylene oxide, a carcinogen that can cause adverse health effects if there is significant and direct long-term exposure.
The lithium-ion battery packs in the self-balancing scooters/hoverboards can overheat, posing a fire hazard.
The swing seat restraint straps can break, posing a fall hazard to young children.
The recalled waterfowl decoys' lithium-ion battery packs or replacement battery packs can overheat while charging or soon after charging, posing a fire and/or burn hazard.
The cord on the hair stylers can detach if the unit is dropped, posing an electrocution or shock hazard to users.
An elastic drawstring hem near the ankle of the pants can create an extended loop, posing a trip and fall hazard.
The rear brake can fail, posing a crash hazard.
The bicycles do not meet the U.S. safety standard; the hand brakes are configured in accordance with the European safety standard which is reversed from the U.S. safety standard, posing fall and injury hazards to the rider.
The alternator can fail during operation, posing a fire hazard.
The recalled helmets do not comply with the positional stability and labeling and certification requirements of the U.S. CPSC federal safety standard for bicycle helmets. The helmets can fail to protect in the event of a crash, posing a risk of head injury.
Delayed ignition and/or flame rollout can occur with the boilers, posing a burn hazard.
The high-pressure fuel line can get damaged by contact with the fuel pump cover, causing a fuel leak that poses burn and fire hazards.
The ATV's A-arm can separate from the frame and cause loss of steering control, posing crash and injury hazards.
The lower side of the stroller frame can crack, posing a fall risk to children in the stroller.
The plastic fittings that attach the mirror to the wall can break, causing the mirror to fall, posing a laceration hazard to consumers.
The docking station's printed circuit board can short circuit when exposed to moisture, posing a fire hazard.
The recalled heated blankets can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards.
Some of the glass lids are too tight causing the jar to break when the lid is forcibly removed, posing a laceration hazard.
The products contain sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide which must be in child resistant packaging, as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act (PPPA). The packaging of the products is not child resistant, posing a risk of chemical burns and irritation to the skin and eyes. In addition, the label on the product violates the Federal Hazardous Substance Act (FHSA) by omitting the word “poison” for poisonous chemicals.
The recalled prescription drugs must be in child resistant packaging as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act (PPPA). The packaging of the products is not child resistant, posing a risk of poisoning if the contents are swallowed by young children.
An improperly assembled wiring harness can contact the brake line and/or vehicle frame during use which can result in a loss of the use of the front brakes and/or fire, posing fire and crash hazards.
When the recalled bed rails are attached to an adult's bed, users can become entrapped within the bed rail or between the bed rail and the side of the mattress. This poses a serious entrapment hazard and risk of death by asphyxiation.
The lithium-ion batteries in the recalled power banks can overheat, posing a fire hazard.
Infants can suffocate if they roll or move on the crib bumper in a position that obstructs breathing. Padded crib bumpers are banned under federal law.
The insulation coating on the stove can ignite during use, posing a fire hazard.
The controller for the electric heating blankets and pads can malfunction, posing fire and thermal burn hazards.
The bottle and pacifier accessories pose a choking hazard to children.
The drawcord on the hoodies has small plastic caps that can be swallowed by a nursing baby, posing a choking hazard.
The heaters have a miswiring due to a manufacturing error which can cause the tower heater to overheat, posing a fire hazard.
The recalled prescription drugs and products that contain lidocaine must be in child resistant packaging as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act (PPPA). The packaging of the products is not child resistant, posing a risk of poisoning if the contents are swallowed by young children.
The magnet-lined closures can fail and result in detached magnets, posing a risk of serious injury or death if ingested. When two or more high-powered magnets are swallowed, the ingested magnets can attract to each other, or to another metal object, and become lodged in the digestive system. This can result in perforations, twisting and/or blockage of the intestines, infection, blood poisoning and death.
The fin scroll of the chipper shredder can fail, ejecting pieces of metal from the chipper shredder hopper during operation, posing a laceration hazard.
During use, the binding can partially detach from the binding baseplate at the heel or the external binding mount can crack and detach from the wakeboard, causing the user to lose their balance and fall into the water.
The recalled helmets do not comply with the positional stability and impact attenuation requirements of the CPSC federal safety standard for bicycle helmets. The helmets can fail to protect a child in the event of a crash, posing a risk of head injury.
The recalled children's pajamas fail to meet the federal flammability standards for children's sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
The recalled clothing fails to meet flammability standards for clothing textiles, posing a risk of burn injuries to consumers.
The batteries can overheat, posing thermal burn and fire hazards.
The recalled children's bamboo plates have elevated levels of lead and formaldehyde. Both lead and formaldehyde are toxic if ingested by children and can cause adverse health effects.
The back of the chair can break or detach from the seat base when a consumer is seated in the chair, posing a fall hazard.
The snaps in the bodysuit of the recalled base layer sets can detach, posing a choking hazard if mouthed by infants.