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Play Theater toy recalled, poses entrapment risk

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Mega Profit Trading, located in China, has issued a voluntary recall of the 4-in-1 Dramatic Play Theater toy due to a risk of tipping, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in cooperation with Health Canada. This recall affects…

Umbro boys jackets may cause choking risk

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The Hong Kong Genexy group will be voluntarily recalling its Umbro boys outerwear jackets because they pose a choking hazard, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. This recall affects approximately 240 jackets. These jackets are distributed by Umbro…

ThinkCentre desktop PCs recalled, pose fire hazard

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The Lenovo corporation will voluntarily recall its ThinkCentre M70z and M90z model desktop computers due to a fire hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced. The ThinkCentre M70z and M90z models can overheat because of a malfunctioning internal component…

Injuries Occurring Even After Bumbo Baby Seats Were Recalled

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Many news sources have been reporting that a previous recall of the Bumbo Baby Seats hasn’t done much to protect babies from allegedly suffering major injuries. The Consumer Product Safety Commission has stated that parents should stay alert when having…

Swimsuit and Inner Tube from Build-A-Bear Recalled

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According to many news outlets, the company Build-A-Bear has issued a recall for exact 19,720 inflatable inner tubes and swimsuit sets for teddy bears. Reports have showed that the plastic tube that is part of the set can be pulled…

Keds Shoes for Girls Recalled due to Laceration Hazard

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News outlets have reported that over 45,000 Keds sneakers for girls must be recalled due to laceration hazard. The shoes, according to the brand responsible for its manufacturing Collective Brands of Topeka, Kan., have ornamental starts on their heels that…

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