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Digest

Recalls

By TIMES WIRES
Published November 13, 2006


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Toy storage benches

Company: Delta Enterprise Corp.

Why? The red paint on the partition panels of the box contains high levels of lead.

What models?: PO#FJ505192 or PO#FJ605042, wooden toy box decorated with graphics from the animated movie Cars.

Where sold? Toys 'R' Us stores .

What to do? Return to Toys 'R' Us for a refund or credit.

For information: Toll-free 1-877-660-3777, www.deltachildrensproducts.com.

ATV and utility vehicle winch kits

Company: Warn Industries Inc.

Why? The eight-post contactor, a component of the winch kit, can continue to pull current when in the "off" position, causing overheating and posing a fire hazard.

What models? Part number 62135, black contactors used on certain 2,500- to 3,500-pound Warn ATV and utility vehicle winch kits.

Where sold? ATV dealers, ATV accessory retailers, mail order catalogs and Web retailers.

What to do? Disconnect the contactor wires from the battery and contact Warn Industries or a local dealer for a free replacement contactor.

For information: Toll-free 1-866-408-3767, www.warn.com.

Wilton mitre saws

Company: WMH Tool Group Inc.

Why? The aluminum cast pivot joint that connects the base of the saw to the head assembly can crack under extreme pressure or force, causing the blade assembly to break free from the base and posing a laceration hazard.

What models? Model numbers 99164 and 99192, 10-inch Compound Mitre Saws, including models with the Laser Line feature.

Where sold? Home and hardware stores.

What to do? Return to place of purchase for refund.

For information: WMH Customer Service toll-free 1-877-328-7200, www.wmhtoolgroup.com.

Homestyle oatmeal cookies

Company: Archway Cookies LLC.

Why? Labels may not indicate the presence of walnuts.

What models?: 13.75-ounce Classic Oatmeal Big Batch Homestyle Cookies, date code "Best Before Jan 11 07 AX."

Where sold? Retail stores in the eastern United States

What to do?: Return to place of purchase for refund.

For information: Toll-free 1-888-427-2492.

Turtle sprinklers

Company: Enesco Group Inc.

Why? When connected to a garden hose, under normal household water pressure, the sprinkler can break or shatter, presenting a laceration hazard.

What models? Item number 4005179 Heartwood Creek Turtle sprinkler.

Where sold? Specialty gift stores, QVC television shopping channel.

What to do? Contact Enesco for a product exchange or return it to the place of purchase for a refund. QVC buyers have been notified directly.

For information: Toll-free 1-888-443-8669, www.enesco.com.

Framing saws, circular saws

Company: DeWalt Industrial Tool Co.

Why? The lower blade guard can fail to close, leaving the blade exposed and presenting a laceration hazard.

What models?: DW378G and DW378GT 7¼-inch framing saws with date codes 200301-49 through 200637-49. DC300 circular saws with date codes 200601-49 through 200637-49.

Where sold? Major home centers and hardware stores.

What to do? Contact DeWalt for a free repair.

For information: Toll-free 1-866-854-5214, www.dewalt.com.

[Last modified November 12, 2006, 19:43:48]


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