News 13 Problem Solver brings you some of the latest recalled items from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
If you're into diving, check to see if you are using this equipment. Aqua Lung recalls buoyancy compensators. This type has the Surelock Two pocket handle. The hazard: the rubber handles can detach as divers try to remove the weight pockets in an emergency rise to the surface. It poses a drowning hazard. There are 236 reports of the equipment failing. No injuries. They were sold at sporting goods and scuba stores nationwide. Remedy: Contact Aqua Lung; toll-free at (855) 355-7170 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday or online at www.aqualung.com.
Magura USA recalls bicycle hydraulic disc brakes. The hazard: the Magura MT-6 and MT-8 brakes can fail mostly in low temperatures leading to a collison. So far no injuries have been reported. They were sold at bicycle retailers and distributors. Contact Magura USA at (800) 448-3876 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or online at www.maguradirect.com
LED light bulbs are recalled by Lighting Science Group. The CPSC says the hazard is that the model A-19 LED bulbs can overheat during use causing a fire. There are 68 incidents of product failures, eight of which were accompanied by visible smoke or fire conditions. No injuries reported. The lights were sold at various hardware, lighting and electrical supply stores nationwide. Contact Lighting Science Group toll free at (855) 574-2533 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET Monday through Friday,
And, Synclaire Brands recalls Stuart Weitzman girls' Cha Cha boots. The zipper pulls on the boots can become entangled posing a fall hazard. There are three repors of problems…with one leading to a child falling requiring stitches to her injuries. The boots were sold at TJ Maxx, Belk stores and Bloomingdales across the U. S. Contact Synclaire Brands U.S.A. at (888) 998-0702 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or go to the firm's website at www.synclaire.com and click on recall information.
If you have these items stop using them immediately and return them to the stores where you bought them.