The Cabela’s Power Jerky battery charger adapter can overheat.
The 2.5 ounce high-pressure personal air mister can shatter during use.
The eyelash curler can break and expose a metal pin.
Electrical arcing can cause the units to catch fire.
An incorrect gas feed tube on the Northstar liquid-fueled lanterns can release too much fuel when lit and cause the lantern to ignite in and around the lantern
Paint on the painted wooden storage trunk's interior metal chains have excessive amounts of lead.
This recall involves Excellerations magnetic color sorting boards with cupcake cut-outs. The magnet in the wand can detach and the backing can crack and release the small metal balls. The paint on the balls also contain excessive levels of lead.
The bicycle fork can break on 2014 model Road 1, Road 2 and 29 tandem bicycles.
Snaps on the baby coveralls in sizes newborn to 3T can detach.
Matches can ignite while inside the 3-in-1 flashlight.
Drawstrings can become tangled or caught on playground slides, hand rails, school- bus doors or other moving objects.
The blades can come off the recalled radio-controlled helicopters. The letter "X" is on the helicopter.
The alkaline batteries used in the digital thermostat can leak onto the circuit board.