March 6, 2013—Briggs & Stratton recalled the Ariens-brand Snow-Thro 24-inch snowthrower, because the product’s carburetor-bowl nut can allow gasoline to escape from the unit, which poses a fire hazard to consumers.
Nov. 16, 2012—Kawasaki Motors recalled certain lawnmower engines, because the engine’s fuel filter can leak, which poses a fire hazard.
Nov. 16, 2012—Kawasaki Motors recalled fuel filters for lawnmower and utility-vehicle engines, because the filter can leak, which poses a fire hazard.
Nov. 1, 2012—Excel Industries recalled BigDog and Hustler lawn mowers, because the lawnmowers’ fuel-tank vent-valve fitting can fail to seal and can cause a fuel leak, which would pose a fire hazard to consumers.
Aug. 24, 2012—Zest Garden recalled Wilson & Fischer’s bistro set, because the chairs of the outdoor table-and-chair set might break during normal use, which would pose a fall hazard to the consumer.
Aug. 3, 2012—Lowe’s recalled its Bistro patio table-and-chair set, because when the chair’s support bar isn’t engaged fully, the chair can pose a fall hazard to consumers.
July 10, 2012—Bosch recalled its SkilSaw 10-inch compound miter saw, because the lower guard can break and contact the blade while the saw is in use, which poses a laceration hazard to consumers.
June 6, 2012—West Marine recalled its Deluxe Deck Chair, because the folding chair can’t support the stated weight capacity, which poses a collapse hazard to consumers.
May 30, 2012—Echo Bear Cat recalled its hydraulic log splitter, because the end cap of the log splitter’s hydraulic cylinder can break away, which would pose an injury hazard to the user or a bystander.
May 2, 2012—Exmark recalled its 2009–2010 Quest ZRT riding lawnmowers, because the bearings that support the model’s deck might fail and cause the deck to interfere with the operator’s controls, which would increase the risk of a crash.
April 19, 2012—Irwin recalled its Classic Series 10-inch circular-saw blade 3-packs, because the saw blades might fall out of the bottom of the plastic package, which would pose a laceration hazard.
April 4, 2012—Husqvarna recalled certain hedge trimmers and string trimmers, because fuel might leak from the rubber spacer that holds the fuel lines in the fuel tank, which would pose a fire hazard.
March 8, 2012—BCI Burke recalled its Arch Swing Set, because the welded connection of the sleeve joint to the arch support can crack or break.
March 5, 2012—Twin Oaks Hammocks recalled certain models of its hammock stand, because the foot brackets can crack, which might cause the hammock to fall and pose a hazard to the occupant.
Feb. 29, 2012—Honda recalled certain models of its HHT35SUKAT gasoline-powered grass trimmer because the shaft might crack or break and pose a laceration hazard to the operator and bystanders.
Feb. 28, 2012—Greenlee recalled its Folding Pocket Utility Knife, because the blade-locking mechanism could fail, which would allow the blade to fold inward toward the handle and pose a laceration hazard.
Feb. 24, 2012—Worthington Cylinders Wisconsin recalled MAPP, Map Pro and Propylene gas cylinders due to a faulty seal.
Feb. 24, 2012—Echo recalled certain models of gasoline-powered backpack leaf blowers due to possible damaged fuel lines.
Jan. 25, 2012—Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Blount International, announced a recall of Oregon Replacement lawnmower blades.
Jan. 4, 2011—Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Uni-O Industries, recalled the O-Grill Portable Gas Grill.