The following product recalls have been announced this week—make sure you’re in the know.
Twin-Star 42-inch-wide Infrared Quartz Electric Fireplace
Twin-Star International issued a recall for about 14,670 electric fireplaces that can overheat and catch on fire or cause burn injuries. Twin-Star and Lowe’s have received 24 reports of overheating, fire, or smoke incidents.
XpressGoods Colorful Metal Neodymium Magic Magnetic Balls
XpressGoods’ Colorful Metal Neodymium Magic Magnetic Balls have been recalled due to choking and ingestion hazards. The small, high-powered magnetic balls in toy sets can be swallowed. The CPSC estimated that 2,400 magnet ingestions were treated in hospital emergency departments between 2017 and 2021, which also led to at least seven deaths.
Bugaboo Dragonfly Seat Strollers
Bugaboo Dragonfly Seat Strollers have been recalled due to an injury hazard. In “parent-facing” mode, the backrest of the seat can move downward, placing the infant in a negative recline. In this situation, an unrestrained infant could tumble from the seat.
Tesla Autopilot Software
Tesla has recalled more than two million vehicles following pressure from U.S. regulators, who said the automaker had not done enough to ensure that drivers remained attentive when using a system that can steer, accelerate, and brake cars automatically. It covers nearly all cars the company has manufactured in the United States since 2012, including its most popular, the Model Y sport-utility vehicle.
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.