Recalls: Dangerous baby carriers and poisonous tables 


Parents and those cleaning up from this week’s ice storm should check to see if they have this week’s recalled products.

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Active Series baby carriers by LILLEbaby are being recalled because a clip can detach and cause your child to fall, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

There are three reports of the chest straps detaching from the carriers and one report of a child falling out of the device, but the child wasn’t hurt. 

Do not use the Active Series-Pro 6 in 1 Space Dye Cobalt and Space Dye Grey and the Active All Seasons in Slate.  

Contact LILLEbaby at 855-554-5531 to receive a free replacement carrier and a full refund.  

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Restoration Hardware is recalling the RH Annecy and La Salle metal-wrapped coffee tables because the metal top may contain poisonous lead. 

A child in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and another in Temple, Texas, were found to have elevated lead levels in their blood after being in the proximity of the recalled tables, according to the CPSC.   

Look for a green sticker underneath the coffee table and look for the item numbers and P.O. numbers, which can be found here.

Don’t use the table, cover it and keep it away from children.

Contact Restoration Hardware at 888-728-8419 to get your money back or receive a free replacement table. 

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If the ice storm downed a tree in your yard and you are using a log splitter, make sure it’s not the County Line splitter that is under recall.

The 2018 County Line brand 40 ton hydraulic log splitter with model number YTL-016-93 could come apart and hurt you. 

There are three reports of the tongue box assembly cracking, which could cause the tank to disconnect.  

Look for the following serial number ranges:

  • SP20LSP400118060001 - SP20LSP400118060728 
  • SP20LSP400118080001 - SP20LSP400118080728

Don’t use the recalled splitter and contact YTL International at 888-723-6534 to receive a free tongue box assembly.

For more in formation on these and other recalls visit www.cpsc.gov. 


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