April 2, 2012
Recalls this week include several products that do the exact opposite of their intent. By the numbers:
- 900,000 child-proof cabinet locks manufactured by Safety 1st are recalled after 200 reports of children open secured cabinets.
- 12,000 Easton Sports lacrosse helmets recalled because they could cause facial injury.
- 7,000 Westinghouse ceiling fans recalled of these because of fire and shock hazard.
- 370,000 BMW vehicles have a cable problem that could create a fire risk.
In addition, loss of steering issues made Honda and Chevy/GMC issue recalls this week. For details on these and other recalls, read on.
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