DAYTON — Strollers sold at Toys R US and other retailers that could strangle your child are among the new recalls announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Jane Muum strollers have a large opening between the armrest and the seat bottom which your child could slip through, potentially trapping your child’s head or neck. No injuries have been reported.
The recalled strollers have the code 5399US/S85, 5399US/S47, or 5399US/S46, printed on the label found on the leg of the stroller.
Contact Jane at 844-200-7971 to receive a free replacement armrest. Until you receive the replacement, you may continue to use the stroller if you remove the armrest and harness your child properly in the seat.
My First Porsche wooden cars are under recall because they pose a choking hazard.
The wheels and axles can detach from the blue cars with tan wheels with the lot numbers 011215, 020916, 031017, 031114, 031116, 040116, 040416, 040516, 041217, 051015, 061117, 090915. No injuries have been reported.
Don’t let your child play with the car and contact Porsche at 800-767-7243, or return the car to a Porsche dealer to receive a full refund.
Bicycles sold at IKEA are being recalled because the belt drives can break and cause you to fall.
The recall involves SLADDA bicycles 26” with the article number 303.267.28 and 28” with the article number 603.267.36.
No injuries have been reported, but don’t ride the recalled bikes and contact IKEA at 888-966-4532 or return it to an IKEA store for a full refund.
Wireless charges by Bluefin are under recall because they may overheat and burn you.
There are three reports of overheating chargers with the model number AC16B printed on the bottom.
Don’t use the recalled charges which were given away as free promotional items at the FICO World tradeshow and other events, and the ad specialty channel in April of this year.
Contact Bluefin at 877-211-7220 ext. 145 to receive a refund.
John Deere is recalling 120R compact utility tractor loaders due to missing information in the operator’s manual which could cause injuries.
The manual is missing information about the proper ballast when attaching the loader to a John Deere model 2025R tractor.
No one has been hurt, but don’t use the recalled loaders and contact Deere & Company at 800-537-8233 to receive a free corrected operator’s manual.
Kohler 100-amp service-entrance automatic transfer switches can overheat and cause a fire.
The recalled switches have the model number RXT-JFNC 100ASE printed on a nameplate inside the cover.
No injuries or incidents have been reported but consumers should contact Kohler immediately at 800-892-7709 to schedule a free repair.