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Consumer Product Safety Commission website shows a Kidde plastic handle fire extinguisher. and Canada are being recalled by Kidde because they might not work. and Canada made from 1973 through Aug. 15, 2017. It includes models that were previously recalled in March 2009 and February 2015, the commission said Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017. Consumer Product Safety Commission via AP)
More than 40 million fire extinguishers are being recalled because they can fail to work, potentially resulting in injury or death. Other recalled consumer products this week include children’s clothing that fails to meet flammability standards.
Here’s a more detailed look:DETAILS: This recall involves two styles of Kidde fire extinguishers: plastic handle fire extinguishers and push button Pindicator fire extinguishers. The recall involves 134 models of plastic handle Kidde fire extinguishers made between January 1, 1973 and August 15, 2017. It also involves eight models of push button Pindicator fire extinguishers made between Aug. 11, 1995 and Sept. 22, 2017. More details on model numbers can be found at The fire extinguishers can become clogged or require excessive force to discharge and can fail to activate during a fire emergency. In addition, the nozzle can detach with enough force to pose an impact hazard.
INCIDENTS: The company is aware of a 2014 death involving a car fire following a crash. Emergency responders could not get the recalled Kidde fire extinguishers to work. There have been numerous reports of failed or limited activation or nozzle detachment, including the fatality, about 16 injuries, including smoke inhalation and minor burns, and some 91 reports of property damage. and about 2.7 million in Canada. The first pajama set is a gray long sleeve shirt and pant pajama set and is made of 93 percent modal and 7 percent spandex. The shirt has pink trim at the neckline with a pink bow. The text “Happy Day V is printed in pink and white on the center front of the shirt and has a sewn in side seam label stating “VIV DL118106.” The second pajama set is a yellow, white and blue plaid print, long sleeve shirt and pant pajama set and is made of 100 percent cotton. The top has four buttons down the center and a sewn in side seam label stating “VIV V215770.” Both styles were sold in sizes 110cm (4 5 years), 120cm (6 7 years), 130cm (8 9 years), 140cm (10 11 years), 150cm (12 13 years) and 160cm (14 15 years).
WHY: The children’s pajamas fail to meet the flammability standard for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
INCIDENTS: None reported
HOW MANY: About 950. The nightgown has a peter pan collar with a red and white gingham pattern trim. The nightgown has six plastic buttons located on the back of the garment. The two piece pajama set is traditionally styled with five plastic buttons on the center front of the top with two pockets placed near the waist of the top. The pajama sets were sold in striped light blue,
striped navy, striped red, striped pink, and lavender. The garments were sold in sizes 12 months, 18 months, 24 months, 2T, 3T, 4T, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 years. The vehicles were sold in black, blue, camouflage, orange, red, silver and white and have a cargo box on the back. “Polaris” is printed on the front grill, “GENERAL” is printed on the rear panel and “1000” is printed on the front panel. The VIN is printed on the left rear vehicle frame below the cargo box. They were sold at Polaris dealers nationwide from December 2015 through September 2015.
WHY: The steering wheel shaft can shift and detach while in use, resulting in a loss of control and crash hazard.