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January Product Recalls of the Month


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    Craftsman and Remington Chainsaws recalled: Outdoor tools were a popular Christmas gift, but these chainsaws just don’t cut it. Right now there are two separate brand recalls that have been issued. The first is by Craftsman. These chainsaws have been shown to leak fuel, which makes them a fire hazard. Luckily, the recall only impacts around 19,500 devices. Contact Craftsman at 1-866-864-2949 if you have already purchased one of these models.

    The second recall is smaller, and by the Remington brand. However, it’s for the same issue as the Craftsman recall. The recall only impacts around 8,000 machines with the following model numbers: RM4214, RM4218 and RM4620 and serial numbers 1K155XQ0198 through 1F076XQ0200.

    LG Portable Air-Conditioner Recall: In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, LG Electronics USA, Inc. is voluntarily recalling LG portable air conditioner models: LP0711WNR, LP0813WNR, LP0814WNR. An electrical component in these models may overheat and ignite, posing fire and burn hazard.

    Cuisinart Food Processors Recalled for Faulty Blades: Around 8 million Cuisinart food processors have been recalled for hazardous riveted blades. These blades have been found to break over time, leaving pieces behind in the processed food. So far, Conair – the product’s manufacturer – has received 62 claims from people reporting incidents of this happening.

    Powdered Milk Recalls from the Food and Drug Administration: The Food and Drug Administration announced a series of related recalls of products, including waffle mix, kettle chips and macaroni and cheese, because of possible salmonella contamination.

    Over the past week, eight recalls have been issued because the products contain contaminated milk powder. The milk powder, made by Valley Milk Products, was recalled after salmonella was found at the company’s manufacturing facility. This includes Valley Milk’s Sweet Cream Buttermilk Powder and High Heat Nonfat Dry Milk Powder, both sold in 50-pound bags.
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