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  • Carrier Recalls Carrier- and Bryant-Branded Heat Pumps Due to Fire Hazard

    The fan motor on the heat pumps can fail, causing the units to overheat, posing a fire hazard. This recall involves Carrier- and Bryant-branded 1.5-ton multi-zone, 4-ton multi-zone and 4-ton single-zone ductless heat pump outdoor units. The units are used for cooling and heating homes and light commercial facilities. The model number and product number can be found on the nameplate/rating plate on the side of the units.

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  • Ronson Brand Tech Torch Recalled by Zippo Due to Fire Hazard

    This recall involves the Ronson Tech Torch Auto Start. The torch is a red utility lighter with a black rubber handle, black trigger and metal nozzle. It is packaged with a Ronson butane fuel can. Ronson is printed on top of the torch and Tech Torch is printed on the base of the product.

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  • Fit For Life Recalls SPRI Ultra Heavy Resistance Bands Due to Injury Hazard

    The rubber resistance bands can separate from the handle and strike consumers, posing an injury hazard. This recall involves SPRI ultra heavy resistance tubes or bands used for exercising. They are black with nylon webbing and have SPRI printed on the handles in white. Some units have KN08/18, KN09/18 or KN10/18 printed on the handle. Model number 02-71669 is printed on the bottom of the packaging.​

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  • New Federal Standard to Improve Safety of High Chairs Takes Effect

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) approved a new federal mandatory safety standard to make high chairs safer for both home and restaurant use. The new mandatory standard, which aims to prevent deaths and injuries to infants and toddlers, applies to any infant high chair manufactured or imported on or after June 19, 2019. In a recent 2-year period, there were an estimated 18,500 high chair-related injuries treated in U.S. hospital emergency departments.

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