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CPSC, Gardner Bender Recalls Electrical Wire Splices Due to Shock and Fire Hazards

Recall of wire splices – Model numbers 10-126 or 21-126, because they fail to hold wires together and can cause fires....

CPSC, Pressure Washers and Air Compressors Recalled by DeVilbiss Due to Fracture and Laceration Hazards

The pressure washers and air compressors have pneumatic tires with plastic hubs that can burst, posing a laceration or fracture hazard to consumers....

CPSC, Square D Recalls Safety Switches Due to Shock or Electrocution Hazard

The safety switch can continue to supply electricity even after being placed in the “OFF” position. This poses the risk of an electric shock or el...

CPSC, DeWALT Recalls Cordless Drills Due to Fire Hazards

Recall of cordless drill because the trigger switch can overheat on selected models – DC920, 930, 935, 936 and 940....

CPSC, WMH Toll Group Inc., Recalls Wilton Mitre Saws for Laceration Hazard

The aluminum cast pivot joint that connects the base of the saw to the head assembly (which contains the saw blade) can crack under extreme pressure o...

CPSC, Miter Saws Recalled by WMH Tools Group Due to Laceration Hazard

The saw handle’s switch can fail, causing the saw to smoke, spark, and trip circuit breakers, and disable the safety brake. The saw also can keep op...

CPSC, Louisville Ladder Recalls Extension Ladders Due to Fall Hazard

The extension or “fly” section can fail to lock, posing a fall hazard to consumers...

CPSC, Fluorescent Ceiling Light Fixtures Sold Exclusively at Home Depot Recalled by Lithonia Lighting Due to Shock Hazard

A wire inside the light fixture could be loose, posing an electrical shock hazard...

CPSC, Rehvac Manufacturing Recalls Safety Relief Plugs Due to Injury; Plugs Used on Nitrous Oxide Systems and Heating and Air Conditioning Service Tools

The safety relief plug can allow pressure to build in the cylinder of an HVAC pressure testing tool or Nitrous Oxide system. If the cylinder is overfi...

CPSC, Crown Boiler Co. Recalls Boilers Due to Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Hazard

The boilers can generate excessive levels of carbon monoxide (CO) in the flue gases, posing a risk of CO poisoning....