CABINET LOCKS About 900,000 Push ‘N Snap cabinet locks sold at Bed Bath & Beyond and other retail stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com from January 2004 through February 2012 for between $2 and $4. Young children can disengage the cabinet locks, allowing access to cabinet contents and posing the risk of injury, due to dangerous or unsafe items. Dorel Juvenile Groups, the importer, has received 200 reports of locks that did not adequately secure the cabinet, including reports of damaged locks.
IF YOU OWN SOME Remove the locks and call DJG for a free replacement of the Push ‘N Snap lock with model numbers HS158 or HS159. Call 866-762-3212 or go to www.djgusa.com for more information.
LACROSSE HELMETS About 12,000 Easton Raptor lacrosse helmets sold at sporting goods stores and online from November 2011 through March 2012 for about $250. The chin bar can break, causing the wearer to suffer a jaw or facial injury. Easton Sports has received six reports of the chin bar cracking or breaking on impact with a ball or lacrosse stick, including one laceration injury.
IF YOU OWN ONE Stop using the helmets immediately and contact Easton Sports for a full refund. Call 877-279-8545, e-mail email@example.com, or go to www.eastonlacrosse.com for more information.
ADJUSTABLE MATTRESS BASES About 25,200 power foundations or adjustable bases for mattresses sold at mattress retailers nationwide from March of 2008 to October of 2011 for about $1,700 to $2,200. Electrical components in the motor control board can fail and short causing overheating, which poses a fire hazard. The firm has received 29 complaints of overheating in the electronic motor control board located in a housing underneath the deck of the power foundation. No injuries or property damage have been reported. The recalled models are “Titanium,” “Gold” and “Signature” by Leggett & Platt and other brands names including Interflex, American Signature, Spring Air, Sealy and Simmons.
IF YOU OWN ONE Stop using the power functions of the beds. Call 855-853-3539 or go to www.titaniumrecall.com to arrange for a free in-home repair of the product or for a free modification kit and consumer installation instructions.
CEILING FANS About 7,000 Westinghouse ceiling fans sold by home improvement and hardware stores, home centers, and electrical product suppliers nationwide and online at www.amazon.com from January 2011 through January 2012 for between $135 and $150. The two 60-watt light bulbs included with the ceiling fans exceed the fan’s maximum wattage, which can cause the ceiling fans to overheat or fail. This poses fire and shock hazards to consumers.
IF YOU OWN ONE Call 888-417-6222 for information about receiving two free replacement 40-watt light bulbs.
For the latest information on all recalls, go to Recalls.gov. There you'll find recalls from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Food and Drug Administration, and The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, among others.