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Published: Friday, April 06, 2018 @ 2:35 PM
By: Rachel Murray
DAYTON, OH — Power bank chargers, children’s play hats, and personal space heaters are among the latest products being recalled, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Portable power bank charging stations by Re-fuel by Digipower are under recall after five reports of the products overheating and melting.
The Grab and go Family Packs are three lithium-ion battery chargers in black, grey and green on a recharging docking station.
They have the item number RF-TRIP on the bottom and were sold at the Container Store from October of 2017 through February 2018.
Stop using the recalled chargers and contact the Container Store at 888-266-8246 to receive a full refund.
Some Paw Patrol fireman hats with a flashlight attachment are under recall because they could burn your child.
There are four reports of overheating flashlights on the Nickelodeon PAW PATROL Deluxe Marshall Hat sold at Spirit Halloween stores.
Only flashlights with SKU 01292093 and date codes 1703RY01, 1603RY01, and 1503RY01 are part of the recall.
Remove the batteries from the recalled flashlight and dispose of it. Contact Spirit Halloween at 866-586-0155 for a full refund.
Personal electric space heaters by Vornado are under recall due to fifteen reports of them catching on fire.
The VH101 Personal Vortex heaters were sold in black, coral orange, greyed jade, fig, ice white, red, and cinnamon.
Stop using the heaters and contact Vornado at 855-215-5131 for a full refund.
Recreational off-highway vehicles by Polaris are under recall because cracked exhaust silencers have sparked three fires.
There are multiple model years and model numbers included in this recall. Click here for the full list.
Stop riding the recalled ROVs and contact Polaris at 800-765-2747 for a free repair.
Some Scotch thermal laminators by 3M are being recalled because the plastic enclosure can overheat and burn you.
There are 10 reports of laminators overheating but no injuries.
Stop using the white and teal recalled laminators and contact 3M at 800-772-4337 for a full refund.