102,000 Snoopy Sno-Cone Machines Recalled Over Injury Threat

Posted on October 31, 2013

The Randolph, New Jersey-based LaRose Industries has announced the recall of Cra-Z-Art Snoopy Sno-Cone Machines due to a potential injury hazard posed.  The recall affects 102,000 products from three different batches.  The ice-shaving cylinder responsible for creating the ice used for the sno-cones reportedly has a brass rivet that’s in danger of coming detached.  When that happens, that rivet can make its way into the ice, and if someone were to attempt to eat it, it could do damage to their teeth or mouth.  64 incidents without injury have been reported, and to ensure future safety, owners are being asked to cease usage and get in touch with LaRose for a new cylinder.  The items were sold across the country between September of last year and this past July.

For more about the recall, click here.

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