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May 19, 2004
Great Gifts Recall of Snowmen Holiday Lamps
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Great Gifts Inc., McKeesport, Pa., is voluntarily recalling Snowmen Holiday Lamps. These electric holiday lamps have undersized wiring, no strain relief on the electric cords, and the molded plastic enclosure is flammable. The lamps pose fire and electrocution hazards.
May 19, 2004
Avon Products Inc. Recall to Repair Snowman Nightlight Diffuser
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Avon Products Inc., and Cosmos Gifts Corporation, of Dallas, Texas, are voluntarily recalling Snowman Nightlight Diffusers. The scented oil can drip causing the nightlight base to crack or break, exposing electrical wire or metal parts inside the nightlight, thus causing a potential shock hazard. There is also a risk of cuts if the nightlight breaks.
December 19, 2003
Crate and Barrel Recall of Hanukkah Menorah
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Crate and Barrel of Northbrook, Ill. is voluntarily recalling 800 Crate and Barrel “Hanukkah Menorahs”. The acrylic base of the Hanukkah menorah can ignite if the candles are allowed to burn completely, creating a fire hazard.
October 30, 2003
Pumpkin Tealight Candleholders Recalled by Walgreen Co.
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Walgreen Co., of Deerfield, Ill., is voluntarily recalling about 5,000 pumpkin tealight candleholders. The beads on the candleholders can ignite, posing a fire hazard.
October 30, 2003
Halloween Candleholders by Michaels Stores, Inc.
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Michaels Stores, Inc., of Irving, Texas, is voluntarily recalling about 165,000 Halloween tealight candleholders. Because of the lack of ventilation in these ceramic candleholders, the tealights can flare up, posing a risk of burns to consumers.
October 2, 2003
Pottery Barn Recall to Issue Important Safety Warning for Halloween House Tealight Holders
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Pottery Barn, of San Francisco, Calif.,is issuing a safety warning for their Halloween House Tea Light Holders. Using a plastic tealight in the turret may cause the tealight to flare up, presenting a fire hazard. Only metal tealight holders should be used.
December 20, 2002
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® Recall of Motion Lamps
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Cracker Barrel Old Country Store®, of Lebanon, Tenn., is voluntarily recalling about 27,000 motion lamps. Approximately 6,400 of those lamps were sold to consumers. Wires near the light's socket can become exposed, posing a risk of electric shock or electrocution to consumers.
December 20, 2001
Flora-Lite Recalls Christmas Light Sets
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Flora-Lite Co., of Clearwater, Fla., is voluntarily recalling about 7,500 strings of Christmas lights. The lights' wires can be easily pulled out of the plugs and light sockets. The lights could pose electrocution and electric shock hazards to consumers and could pose a fire hazard.
December 13, 2001
Homemaster Recalls Outdoor Lighting Timers
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Homemaster Inc., of Eatontown, N.J., is voluntarily recalling about 50,000 Outdoor Lighting Timers. The timers have reversed polarity in the wiring, potentially allowing a current to flow through a consumer's body, posing a shock hazard to consumers.
December 13, 2001
Winstar International Recalls Christmas Light Sets
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Winstar International Inc., of Brooklyn, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 9,000 strings of Christmas lights. These lights have undersized wiring and lack over-current protection. They pose electrocution and electric shock hazards to consumers and also are fire hazards.
December 13, 2001
NBG International Recalls Christmas Lights
December 21, 2000
Christmas Lights & Trees Recall
GEM Stores, Sun Sun Industries Inc., and Pioneer Paper Co., are recalling Christmas lights. Walgreen Co. is voluntarily recalling about 9,000 artificial Christmas trees with fiber optic lights.
December 22, 1999
Christmas Lights Recalled by Rich Pacific Ltd.
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Rich Pacific Ltd., of Plainview, N.Y., is recalling approximately 100,000 sets of miniature Christmas lights and icicle-style lights. CPSC has found that these lights have undersized wires that can pull out of the plugs and individual light sockets, posing shock or fire hazards.
December 17, 1999
Christmas Lights Recalled by Jingle Bell Enterprises
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Jingle Bell Enterprises Inc., of Philadelphia, Pa., is recalling approximately 100,000 sets of miniature Christmas lights and icicle-style lights. These lights have undersized wires that can easily pull out of the plugs and individual light sockets, posing fire and shock hazards.
December 24, 1998
Christmas Lights Recalled by Yang Lin Trading, Wholesale World
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Yang Lin Trading Inc., of Los Angeles, Calif., andWholesale World Inc., of Houston Texas, are recalling about 176,000 sets of miniature Christmas lights. These Christmas lights are poorly constructed, have undersized wires, no fuse to protect against overheating, and the wires can easily pull out of the plugs. They present a fire and electrocution hazard.
February 18, 1998
Christmas Lights Recalled by Star Bros. and Almacenes Pitusa
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer ProductSafety Commission (CPSC), Star Bros. Inc. and Almacenes PitusaInc., both located in San Juan, Puerto Rico, are recalling about13,000 Christmas light sets and tree toppers. The lights haveweak connections and undersized wires, presenting a fire hazard.
DECEMBER 10, 1997
Christmas Lights Recall
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), four importers and tworetailers are recalling over 332,700 Christmas light sets.The light sets have flammable plastic parts, bulb socketsthat can fall apart, no fuse protection, exposed bare wiresand undersized wires, presenting a fire hazard.
DECEMBER 10, 1997
Curtain-Style Holiday Lights Recall
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), retailers nationwide are recalling more than 1.5 million sets of curtain-style, indoor/outdoor holiday lights. The electrical wiring can pull out from the splices of these decorative light sets, exposing live wires and presenting an electrocution hazard.
December 19, 1996
Christmas Lights Recall by In-Mar Trading
December 17, 1996
Christmas Lights Recall
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