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The Week in Recalls: December 1, 2023

The Week in Recalls: December 1, 2023 - recall

The following product recalls have been announced this week—make sure you’re in the know.


Lenovo USB-C Laptop Power Banks

Lenovo has recalled its USB-C Laptop Power Banks model number PBLG2W due to a fire hazard. The power bank’s internal screws can come loose, causing a short circuit and overheating of the lithium-ion battery.


MI Windows and Doors Vinyl Sliding Glass Doors

MI Windows and Doors is recalling their Vinyl Sliding Glass Doors. The glass can separate from the frame during hurricane conditions, which may pose a serious injury hazard. The affected models include 1615 and 1617 sliding glass doors (if sold as impact-resistant or with a DP50 upgrade), Window World 4000 Series sliding glass doors (with DP50 upgrade), and Window World 8000 Series sliding glass doors.


2023, 2024 Honda Accords and HR-Vs

Honda is recalling more than 300,000 vehicles over faulty seat belts, specifically Honda’s 2023–2024 Accords and HR-Vs. Some of these models may have missing pretensioner rivets, which are seatbelt components that tighten a seatbelt in place during an accident to prevent the seat occupant from projecting forward. Defective pretensioners can increase the risk of injury in the event of a collision.


Polaris Patriot MATRYX Snowmobiles

Polaris is recalling its 2022 Patriot 850 MATRYX Snowmobiles. The ring gear on the primary clutch can fail, causing the clutch assembly components to come loose and pose an injury hazard to consumers.


Klickpick Home Children’s Cup Sets

Klickpick Home recalled their Stainless Steel Children’s Cup Sets due to a violation of a federal lead content ban. The bottom exterior of the cups contains an accessible solder bead with levels of lead that exceed the federal lead content ban and can be toxic if ingested by young children.

If any of the following recalled products have caused you or a loved one injury, you may be entitled to compensation. Take action and contact Morgan & Morgan today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.