Some consumers in West Virginia might be impacted by a recent product recall involving surveillance video monitors. Specifically, the company Lorex has decided to recall around 22,000 monitors. According to authorities, these monitors are dangerous products because they have the potential to cause burns.
Consumers in West Virginia who have young children may be impacted by a recent recall of cardigan sweater sets, one of multiple products recently recalled. Certain cardigans made by Carter's are considered dangerous products due to their potential to cause young children to choke. More than 107,000 of these clothing items are affected by the recall.
Products throughout the United States, including in West Virginia, are typically recalled for one of two reasons: They pose a fire threat or are a choking hazard. Recently recalled recreational off-highway vehicles, RZR XP 1000s, fall under the first category. About 10,000 of these dangerous products have been recalled due to their potential to cause burns.
Consumers with young children in West Virginia may be impacted by a recent product recall involving baby rattles. Specifically, Vtech's Shake and Sing Elephant rattles are being recalled because they pose a choking hazard. Around 280,000 of these dangerous products are part of the recall.
Laptop users in West Virginia may be impacted by a recent recall of products that the company Lenovo has issued. Lenovo has decided to recall nearly 80,000 ThinkPad Carbon X1 computers. According to the company, these are dangerous products because a screw that is loose in each of them may end up damaging the computer's lithium-ion battery, thus posing a possible fire hazard.
Motor vehicle owners in West Virginia may be impacted by a product recall involving Ram trucks. Fiat Chrysler has decided to recall almost 1.8 million of these trucks, mostly in North America. The trucks are considered dangerous products because a driver can shift one out of park, even if his or her foot is not on the truck brake. The shifting can even happen without a key in the truck's ignition.
Parents of infants and toddlers in West Virginia and other parts of the United States are beginning to find out that their children should not sleep on some models of Dream On Me's toddler and crib mattresses due to a serious product defect. Specifically, these dangerous products do not meet federal government flammability standards, thus posing a fire risk. As a result, more than 23,000 of these products sold last year are being recalled.
A couple of chair-related product recalls may not sit well with consumers in West Virginia. The first recall involves defective outdoor chairs. Meanwhile, the second recall of dangerous household products involves rocking chairs.
A couple of product recalls recently issued may affect parents in West Virginia. The first recall involves Playtex bowls and plates for children. The dangerous products involved in the second recall are nightlights from Skip Hop.
Yet another recall by Polaris may affect users of off-highway vehicles in West Virginia. The recent recall involves 2016 Polaris ACE 325 vehicles from the model years of 2014 to 2016. Around 6,300 of these dangerous products are being recalled overall.