July 14, 2017—YSN Imports recalled Flame King, Little Kamper and U-Haul refillable propane cylinders, because they might leak gas, which poses fire and explosion hazards.
July 5, 2017—Design Solutions International recalled Comotti three- and four-light vanity light fixtures that are part of the Home Decorators Collection. The fixtures, which are sold exclusively at Home Depot and homedepot.com, have light shades that might detach and fall, which poses burn and laceration hazards.
June 20, 2017—Staples recalled its Staples and Quill Hazen Mesh Task chairs, because the legs on the base might break, which poses a fall hazard.
May 25, 2017—Leggett & Platt Office Components recalled five brands of office chairs, because the seat slider bolts and push nuts might disconnect and fall off the chair and allow the seat to detach, which poses a fall hazard.
May 19, 2017—Pier 1 Imports recalled Chalk Note Mugs, because the mugs might crack when they’re filled with hot liquid, which poses a burn hazard.
May 12, 2017—Carrier recalled Carrier Greenspeed and Bryant Evolution Extreme heat pumps, because the capacitors that are in the fuse boards might stop working and cause the unit to overheat, which poses a fire hazard.
May 8, 2017—Springs Window Fashions recalled the lithium batteries that were sold with its motorized window coverings, because the batteries might overheat, leak or discharge, which poses fire and burn hazards.
May 3, 2017—Goodman Manufacturing recalled certain gas-fired furnaces, because the blower motor isn’t grounded, which poses a shock hazard to someone who is servicing the unit.
April 13, 2017—Customatic Beds recalled its adjustable beds, because the bed’s side-mounted AC outlet might be wired incorrectly, which poses a shock hazard.
April 12, 2017—Teavana recalled certain 14-ounce flip tumblers, because they might leak hot liquid, which poses a burn hazard.
March 31, 2017—BlenderBottle recalled Whiskware glass dressing-shaker bottles, because the glass bottom of the bottle might break when the metal agitator strikes it, which poses a laceration hazard.
March 28, 2017—Amphenol Industrial Solar Technologies recalled electrical connectors that are attached to SolarWorld Americas solar panels, because the connectors might develop microscopic cracks that might allow moisture to leak into the system while it’s producing electricity, which poses a shock hazard.
March 24, 2017—Wing Enterprises recalled Little Giant Liberty, Little Giant Velocity and Little Giant LT multipurpose ladders, because the ladder’s locking pins or rung fasteners might fail, which poses a fall hazard.
March 8, 2017—Rexon Industrial recalled 10-inch Craftsman portable table saws, because the saw stand can collapse unexpectedly, which poses impact and laceration hazards.
March 2, 2017—Pier 1 Imports recalled certain glass knobs, because they might break during use, which poses a laceration hazard.
Feb. 24, 2017—Carrier expanded its recall of packaged-terminal air conditioners and packaged-terminal heat pumps that were sold under the Bryant, Carrier and Fast brand names, because the power cord can overheat, which poses a fire hazard.
Feb. 22, 2017—Calphalon Corp. recalled certain Calphalon Contemporary Cutlery knives, because the blade might break during use, which poses a laceration hazard.
Feb. 9, 2017—La-Z-Boy recalled power supplies that are used with certain lift recliners.
Feb. 3, 2017—Restoration Hardware recalled certain glass mirrors, because the product’s mirror component isn’t glued properly to the backing and might fall, which poses a laceration hazard.
Feb. 1, 2017—3i Corp. recalled Allen + Roth-branded Safford bar chairs and Garden Treasures-branded Lakeview bar chairs, because the legs might detach from the center post at the weld, which poses a fall hazard.