CHILDREN'S ACTIVITY CENTERS About 24,000 Imaginarium 5-Sided Activity Centers sold at Toys R Us stores nationwide and online at www.toysrus.com from August 2009 through September 2010 for about $25. No reports of injuries have been reported, but Toys R Us have received eight reports of the small knobs detaching from the xylophone keys, which can create a choking hazard. The multi-sided center has two triangle-shaped ends with a wooden multi-colored xylophone on one and a mirror on the other. The three sides are square-shaped and include moveable block letters, rotating gears and sliding shapes. The name “Imaginarium” appears in a blue, oval-shaped logo underneath the mirror on one end. The second ‘i’ in the logo is dotted with a shooting star. The recalled product has model number 46284; Toys “R” Us item number 295909; and has the barcode number 000799985462841. The model number is printed on the back of the box, directly above the bar code. These numerical markings do not appear on the actual product.
IF YOU OWN ONE Return it to a Toys “R” Us store for a refund or store credit.
DESK LAMPS About 33,000 LED Clip-On Desk Lamps sold at Lowe's stores nationwide from May 2011 to December 2011 for about $20.The power cord for the lamp can detach where it meets the clamp, exposing energized wires, posing an electric shock risk to consumers. The firm has received five reports of cords detaching, including one reported electric shock and one report of a child receiving burns to her hand and leg. This recall conducted by He Shan Lide involves pink and blue plastic LED desk lamps with a flexible metal neck approximately 12" long and a clamp at the base. The power cord has a silver label attached to it. On one side of the label "MET," "Electrical Safety", "E113152" and "Apr. 2011" are printed. The other side of the label includes the model number F3044-AC-01 (pink lamps) or F3044-AC-02 (blue lamps). The plug on the power cord is labeled "KENIC KE 01P E155176."
IF YOU OWN ONE Unplug the power cord, cut the power cord off 2” to 3” above the plug, discard the lamp and send the plug to He Shan Lide, 4570 Eucalyptus Ave, Suite C, Chino, CA 91710 along with their name and address to receive a full refund, including the cost of postage for returning the plug.
BLENDERS About 4,000 Kitchen Selectives® 6-Speed Blenders sold at Midwest retail stores Pamida and Sutherlands from June 2009 to April 2012 for about $20. The plastic pitcher can separate from the blade assembly during use, leaving the blade assembly in the base and exposing the rotating blades, posing a laceration hazard. No injuries have been reported. The recalled products are Kitchen Selectives® 6-Speed Blenders, model BL-15. The model number is located on the bottom of the base. The blender consists of a six-inch tall, white electrical base with five, white speed-selector buttons labeled 1 through 5, one gray button labeled "Pulse/Off" and the logo "Kitchen Selectives®" in black letters on the front; a clear plastic pitcher with a handle with U.S. and metric volume measurement markings; a white plastic lid with a removable clear plastic lid stopper; and a white plastic blade assembly with two angled, stainless steel blades.
IF YOU OWN ONE Return the blender to the retailer where you purchased it to receive a full refund.
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