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.
May 30, 2017—Hongkong Sun Rise Trading recalled Greenworks and Kobalt cordless electric walk-behind lawnmowers, because the circuit board that’s in the lawnmowers might short-circuit and catch fire, which poses a fire hazard.
March 3, 2017—One World Technologies recalled 8-amp Ryobi Electric Jet Fan leafblowers, because the plastic fan that’s inside of the leafblower might break, and the fan blades might be discharged from either end of the blower tube, which poses a laceration hazard.
Feb. 24, 2017—Stihl recalled certain gas-powered chain saws, because the fuel line can leak fuel, which poses a fire and burn hazard.
Feb. 1, 2017—Brown Jordan Services recalled La-Z-Boy Kayla swivel patio chairs, because the base of the chair can break during use, which poses a fall hazard.
Feb. 1, 2017—Casual Living Worldwide recalled six models of swivel patio chairs, because the base of the chairs might break during use, which poses a fall hazard.
Dec. 19, 2016—MTD Southwest recalled three models of Remington chain saws, because they can leak fuel, which poses a fire hazard.
Dec. 19, 2016—MTD Southwest recalled four models of Craftsman chain saws, because they can leak fuel, which poses a fire hazard.
Dec. 8, 2016—Masterbuilt recalled seven-in-one smokers, because the smoker’s gas hose might disconnect, which poses a fire hazard.
Oct. 19, 2016—Husqvarna recalled certain Brute, Craftsman, Husqvarna, Jonsered, Murray, Poulan Pro and Yardworks walk-behind gasoline-powered lawnmowers that have a Briggs & Stratton 7.25-hp engine, because the operator-presence control bar might malfunction and cause the engine and blades to continue to operate when they should shut off, which poses a laceration hazard.
Sept. 14, 2016—Black+Decker recalled certain electric leafblower/vacs, because the unit’s fan cover can unlatch unexpectedly, which poses a laceration hazard.
Aug. 12, 2016—SpeeCo recalled at least 60,000 fence wire-stretchers, because a recoiling wire might be released from the stretcher unexpectedly and strike bystanders, which poses an injury hazard.
Aug. 5, 2016—John Deere recalled five models of its lawn and garden tractors, because the reverse-implement (RIO) system might fail, which poses a laceration hazard to bystanders.
May 31, 2016—Honda Motor recalled its FG110K1AT mini tillers, because the throttle cable that’s in the affected mini tillers can be pinched during packaging, which might cause the tiller to rotate unexpectedly when the lever isn’t engaged. This poses a serious injury hazard to consumers.
April 8, 2016—Rainbow Play Systems reissued its recall of its plastic trapeze rings, because of the low response rate to the previous recall. The trapeze rings might crack and break unexpectedly, which poses a fall hazard.
March 29, 2016—Fiskars reissued its recall of its titanium-bypass lopper shears that have the model number 6954. The lopper handles might break when consumers attempt to cut branches, which poses a risk of serious injury and laceration. The previous Fiskars shears recall was issued in October 2014.
Feb. 12, 2016—Crescent Point Energy recalled propane gas, because the recalled propane doesn’t have sufficient levels of odorant to help alert consumers of a gas leak and might result in a user’s inability to detect a leak, which poses fire, explosion and burn hazards.
Dec. 9, 2015—Craftsman recalled two models of 12-amp electric blowers/vacs, because the motor can catch fire, which poses fire and burn hazards.
Nov. 24, 2015—Exmark recalled 2015 Quest riding mowers, because the fuel filters on the mowers can become brittle and fractured and cause fuel to leak, which poses a fire hazard.
Nov. 24, 2015—Toro recalled its 2015 TimeCutter riding mowers, because the fuel filters on the mowers can become brittle and fractured and cause fuel to leak, which poses a fire hazard.