BETHESDA, Md. — The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced several new recalls, that may impact items found throughout your home, from the kitchen to the garage.
Below is the information on the most recent batch of recalls.
SharkNinja ‘Ninja BL660’ series professional blender — The blender poses a laceration risk if consumers pour or invert the pitcher after removing the lid while the loose stacked blade assembly is still inside the pitcher. About 1.1 million units are impacted. The firm has received 53 reports of lacerations. Consumers should empty the blender’s pitcher through the locked lid’s pour spout or by removing both the lid and the stacked blade assembly from the pitcher before pouring. Click here for more information on this recall.
Family Dollar Wax Warmer — The wax warmers can produce high flames, posing fire and burn hazards to consumers. About 32,000 units are impacted. Family Dollar has received 11 reports of the warmers producing high flames, including two reports of burn injuries and three reports of property damage. Return the units to the store for a full refund. Click here for more information.
STIHL gas-powered edgers, trimmer/brushcutters, pole pruners and KombiMotors — The gasoline tank vent can become dislodged due to incorrect factory installation and cause fuel to leak, posing a fire hazard. About 140,000 units are impacted. STIHL Inc. has received 319 reports of the fuel tank vents coming loose and fuel leaking. No fires or injuries have been reported. Free inspections and repairs are available. Click here for more information.
PNY Portable Lithium Polymer Battery Packs — Batteries can overheat and vent flames, posing fire and burn hazards. About 56,000 units are impacted. PNY has received one report of venting with flames. No injuries have been reported. Free replacements are available. Click here for more information.
Mahindra USA eMax Compact Tractors — Fuel lines can break or leak, posing a fire hazard. About 2,000 units are impacted. The firm received 61 reports of cracks in the fuel tank pipe. No injuries have been reported. Free repairs are available. Click here for more information.