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Consumer Product Safety Commission Recalls
The chairs can collapse unexpectedly.
The rims can cause the brake pads to wear out unexpectedly.
The kick plates of the Louigi and Tate counter stools can have a sharp edge.
The throttle cable can be pinched during packaging, causing the tiller tines to rotate unexpectedly when the lever is not engaged.
The gate closer mechanism can break and eject metal pieces including the spring or it can spray oil, posing a risk of injury.
The outer bulbs can shatter, resulting in hot internal pieces of glass falling from the lamps, posing a burn and laceration hazard.
The water heaters have a space between the burner flange and the combustion chamber that allows flammable liquids or gases to contact burning flammable vapors inside the combustion chamber.
The recalled dressers are unstable, posing a serious tip-over and entrapment hazard that can result in death or serious injuries to children.
Climbing sets sold without the orange safety stitching on the lanyards can allow the ends to unexpectedly detach, posing a risk of injury or death to climbers from a fall.
The camming devices can come apart during use and fail.
The Index Ascenders’ rivet holding the toothed cam can release, allowing the Ascender to slide on the rope or become detached from the rope, posing a risk of injury or death to climbers from a fall.
The meters can fail to give an accurate voltage reading, resulting in the operator falsely believing the electrical power is off.
An open quick release lever on the bicycle’s front wheel hub can come into contact with the front disc brake assembly.
The seat post can break.
The hinge used to fold the dash v5 stroller can become damaged while opening and closing the stroller.
The menorahs can melt when the candles are burning.
The magnetic buckle on the helmet’s chin strap contains small plastic covers and magnets that can come loose.
The steering shaft can break and cause the operator to lose control of the vehicle.
The fin of the whale and the head of the octopus can detach from the pacifier holder.
The rattle seams can separate, exposing fiber stuffing and bell rattle.
The waist buckle can break.
The grinder can overheat while in use, causing the brush covers to melt and expose the end of the brush holder.
The frame on the bench can collapse forward onto the user, posing an impact injury hazard.
The bedside sleepers fail to meet mandatory federal requirements for these products.
The front door can open unexpectedly while the vehicle is in use.
The steering coupling can strip on the rack and pinion assembly and result in a loss of steering control.
The clip cover can detach from the pacifier’s clip.
The lock button on the probe can fail to engage and lock, causing the probe not to function as intended. This can interfere with finding someone buried beneath snow.
The heating element can fail and rupture, posing shock and burn hazards to the user.
The parking brake cable can fail, posing a crash hazard.
The bike's frame can crack at the hinge on the top tube.
The snow blowers can overheat.
The ratchet handle can fail during use, releasing the secured load, posing an injury hazard to consumers.
The scarves do not meet the federal flammability standard for clothing textiles.
The drywall lifts can fail during use, causing the load of drywall to fall onto the lift operator.
Parts of the wooden toys can become detached, resulting in small pieces that can pose a choking hazard to young children.
The recalled ROVs can catch fire while consumers are driving, posing fire and burn hazards to drivers and passengers.
The Impel and Impel 2 power packs’ lithium ion batteries can overheat and catch on fire during charging.
The red button on the Moogy plush toy’s left pocket can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
The chair can tip over when leaning back.
The injectors can have small metal shavings left inside during the manufacturing process.
When the seat peg is not fully engaged the seat can fall unexpectedly, posing a risk of injury to the child.
Water can get into the throttle cable and if it freezes during cold weather, the ice can prevent the throttle from returning to idle.
The helmet's plastic shell can crack where the straps attach, causing the helmet to shift and move on the wearer's head.
The lithium-ion batteries can overheat.
The fastener at the neck of the bat cape can fail to detach readily during use.
The band charging ports can produce an electrical charge to exposed skin
The rings can unexpectedly crack or break during use, posing a fall hazard to children.
All Niposul and NipoFlorida Elegance, Elegance Gold, and Evolution mattresses fail to meet the mandatory federal open flame standard for mattresses.
The scarves do not meet the federal flammability standards for clothing textiles, posing a burn risk.
The T-shirts fail to meet the federal flammability standard for wearing apparel and pose a risk of burn injury to consumers.
The lounge wear fails to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
The fan heaters can overheat, posing a fire hazard.
The backrest can crack and detach, posing a fall hazard to the user.
When configured in a certain way, the panels can become non-responsive and connected detectors in the area can fail to detect and respond to an alarm.
The round plastic beads can break, posing a choking hazard.
The pajamas fail to meet the federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
A nylon runner with a tape splice (two cut ends joined by masking tape) will fail in normal use.
The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, posing burn and fire hazards to consumers.
The carabiner can unexpectedly open and allow the rope to become detached, posing a risk of injury or death to climbers from a fall.
The lopper handles can break when attempting to cut branches, posing a risk of serious injury and laceration.
The headlights and taillights can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards.
Conductive foreign material was mixed into the battery cells during manufacturing, posing a risk of fire.
The blue flywheel can shatter while in use and throw metal pieces into the air.
Cables damaged during manufacturing can come in contact with the metal body of the lamp.
The lamp can separate from its base and fall onto consumers below, posing an impact hazard.
SRAM Recalls Zipp Bicycle Quick Releases Due to Crash and Injury Hazards
The hub flanges on the front hubs can fail, posing a crash and injury hazard.
The swivel fitting can separate from the hose, causing fuel to leak, posing a fire and explosion hazard.
The backrest can break during normal use, posing a laceration hazard to the user.
The brass-plated snap hooks used to connect the cover’s cables to the wall can break, posing a drowning risk.
A wiring malfunction can result in the burners failing to shut off, posing a fire hazard.
The batteries inside the clock can overheat due to defective battery springs located at the bottom of the battery compartment.
The throttle can fail to return to idle causing the rider to lose control, posing crash and injury hazards.
The decorative wall plates can dislodge from the backplate and short circuit the outlet, posing a risk of electrical shock or fire.
The battery packs in the flashlights can overheat, posing a fire hazard to consumers.
The mugs were mislabeled as microwave safe. If microwaved, the metallic print on the mug can spark, posing a fire hazard.
A conductor on the pump motor can become exposed and electrify the aquarium water, posing a shock hazard to consumers.
The weather radio can overheat when plugged into an AC power outlet, posing a fire hazard.
The boiler can overheat and emit flue gases into the venting system and carbon monoxide can leak throughout the residence, posing a fire and carbon monoxide hazard to consumers.
Smoke can build up inside the firebox due to ash accumulation and the glass in the door can break, posing a laceration hazard.
The left leg of the bicycle fork can crack above the disc brake mount, posing a fall hazard.
The chair seat can detach, posing a fall hazard to consumers.
The buttons on the front of the coat can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
A crimp in the zipline can fail allowing the cable to pull free or become slack while in use, posing a fall hazard to the user.
The secondary reel can become stuck in the open position, causing the fit at the forefoot of the boot or tongue to loosen and posing a fall hazard.
The two-prong wall plug adapters for Australia/New Zealand/Argentina, Brazil, Continental Europe and Korea can break and expose the metal portion of the adapter, posing an electric shock risk.
Mold can be present on the boxes, posing a risk of respiratory or other infections in consumers with compromised immune systems, damaged lungs or an allergy to mold.
Mold can be present on the stems and bushes, posing a risk of respiratory or other infections in consumers with compromised immune systems, damaged lungs or an allergy to mold.
The power cords on the air conditioning and heating units can overheat, posing burn and fire hazards.
The recalled propane does not have sufficient levels of odorant to help alert consumers of a gas leak. Failure to detect leaking gas can present fire, explosion and thermal burn hazards.
The arm bar can bend or detach during use, posing a fall hazard to children.
The brakes can fail, posing a risk of injury or death to the operator.
The chairs can break at the base, posing fall hazard to the user.
The pompoms at the tip of the toe can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
The plastic retaining clips that secure the glass shades to the lamp housings can break and allow the glass shades to fall, posing a laceration hazard.
The pink metal note bar on the glockenspiel may contain excessive levels of lead in the paint, violating the federal lead paint standard. If the paint is scraped off and ingested lead can cause adverse health effects.
The helmets do not comply with the impact requirements of safety standards for helmets, posing a risk of head injury.
The ball bearings inside each side of the decorative rattle can be released, posing a choking hazard to young children.
The toy truck’s remote control can short circuit, causing it to overheat and posing fire and burn hazards.
Company Officers

 Gary Powers - President

Dave O'Neal - Vice President

Jamie Ellis - Secretary

Ed Bus - Treasurer

Fire Auxiliary Officers

  President - Gemma Hanlon

Vice President - Kerry Hanlon

Secretary - Tabitha Gilbert

House Committee

 

May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st,

 

- Officer

 

Dx Emrick

F. Allen

D. Dutcher

R. Deuel

P. Deuel JR.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Investigating Committee

Doug Olson

Greg Novotarski

Eddie Joe Moulton

Dave O'Neal

Jamie Ellis  

 

Line Officers

Andy Gilbert - Chief

 Doug Olson - 1st Asst. Chief

Don Emrick - 2nd Asst. Chief

Greg Novotarski - Captain

  Tim Hanlon - 1st Lt.

James Olson  - 2nd Lt.

   Nick Novotarski - 3rd Lt.

Refreshment Committee

 

 

May 25

Eddie Joe Moulton

Greg Novotarski

 

 

 

 

 

 

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