RECALL ROUNDUP: Here are the latest recalls from the past week

Pacifier and teether holders, children’s play tents, and bike helmets are among the latest potentially dangerous products being recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. 

Eight styles of stuffed animals with snap together straps to hold pacifiers and teethers are under recall because the snaps may come loose and pose a choking hazard. 

There are 67 reports of snaps detaching from the “Doctor Brown’s Lovey Pacifier and Teether Holders,” but no injuries. 

Don’t let your child play with the holders and contact Handi-Craft at 833-224-7674 to receive a replacement product. 

Full recall details here: https://www.whio.com/news/nearly-600-000-pacifiers-teether-holders-recalled-amid-concerns-about-choking/WpVLjFOqFbPzUqrzPLUH4K/

Bicycle helmets by Louis Garneau are under recall because they don’t meet federal safety impact requirements and could cause a head injury.

No one was been hurt but don’t wear helmets with the model number LG1261 in matte black and yellow with the following lot, date, and serial numbers: 

2016-09

712713 to 712955

2016-09

713088 to 713195

2016-09

713298 to 713783 

2016-09

713859 to 713948 

2016-09

714284 to 714433 

2015-11

719591 to 719740

2015-09

716198 to 716560 

2015-09

716621 to 717010

2015-09

717122 to 718070

Contact Louis Garneau at 800-448-1984 to receive a free replacement helmet. 

Playtime Pals Pop-Up Hideaway Hut children’s tents are under recall after two reports of bruises and lacerations and a total of 270 reports of tent rods breaking. 

Stop using the hippo, dog, shark, and tiger tents, and return them to Home Depot for a full refund or store credit. 

Contact Jewett Cameron Company at 800-955-2879 if you have any questions. 

Children’s eWagons by Radio Flyer are being recalled because of two reports of the motor activating unintentionally, which could cause an injury.

The model numbers being recalled are 3912 and 3912A which can be located on the handle warning label.

Don’t use the wagons and contact Radio Flyer at 800-621-7613 for a full refund. 

WiOn In-wall Wi-Fi switches are under recall because they may overheat and cause a fire. 

No incidents or injuries have been reported but don’t use the switch and contact Southwire at 888-770-7156 for funds to purchase a replacement switch and return the recalled switch for a full refund. Southwire will also reimburse the cost of an electrician to do the install. 

Human Creations Energy Flux and Energy Flux slim battery charger/hand warmers are being recalled after two fires were reported. 

No one was hurt. They were sold exclusively on Amazon.com. 

Don’t use the chargers and contact Beanworthy for a free replacement product at 877-405-4998. 

Amazon is recalling AmazonBasic power banks after four reports of fire and smoke damage and 53 reports of them overheating. 

Don’t use the lithium-ion battery chargers and call Amazon for instruction on how to return the product and receive a full refund. 

Detailed model numbers here: https://www.whio.com/business/personal-finance/recall-alert-260-000-amazonbasics-portable-battery-chargers-could-ignite/y78I9km7s1OuIMzzACLAaN/new.html

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