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CPSC Recalls Various Products Made in Mainland China

The CPSC has announced a recall of the following products made in mainland China.

Trampolines. JumpSpot Inc. has recalled about 11,300 mini trampolines in the United States as well as about 1,200 mini trampolines in Canada because the trampoline’s frame can forcefully hit the user, posing an injury hazard. The recalled folding JumpSport mini trampolines have a have a hinged, round metal frame with a black fabric jumping surface suspended by bungee cords. Some models were sold with accessories, such as a handlebar or workout videos. The model number (230f, 350f, 550f Pro or 550fi) is printed on a label on the upper portion of one of the trampoline legs, while “JumpSport” and “Fitness Trampoline” are printed on the black fabric jumping surface. These trampolines were sold on-line at Amazon.com, Costco.com, JumpSport.com and other websites, as well as at specialty fitness equipment stores nationwide, from January 2011 through November 2018.

https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2019/JumpSport-Recalls-Mini-Trampolines-Due-to-Injury-Hazard-New-Instructions-and-Warning-Labels-Provided

Flashlights. Harbor Freight Tools has issued a recall for about half a million rechargeable flashlights because they can overheat while charging, posing a burn hazard to consumers. This recall involves 80 lumen, 12 volt small rechargeable flashlights. The black flashlights measure approximately five inches in length and have a soft white button on the side to turn the flashlight on and off. The base of the flashlight is a charger that fits into any standard vehicle 12 volt power port to charge. SKU number 64109 can be found on the sticker label that also bears the product barcode. These flashlights were sold exclusively at Harbor Freight Tools stores nationwide from August 2018 through January 2019.

https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2019/Harbor-Freight-Tools-Recalls-12V-Rechargeable-Flashlights-Due-to-Overheating-and-Burn-Hazards

Propane Torches. Harbor Freight Tools has announced a recall of some 150,000 propane torches because the trigger that engages the flame can fail to disengage when it is no longer pressed, posing a burn hazard. This recall involves two models of Greenwood-branded propane torches: a torch with no igniter and SKU number 61589 and a torch with a push button igniter and SKU number 61595. The torches have a steel nozzle, a flow valve, a blue grip and a black or orange hose. Only propane torches that do not have markings on the handles or brass knobs are included in this recall. These products were sold exclusively at Harbor Freight Tools stores nationwide from November 2013 through October 2018.

https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2019/Harbor-Freight-Tools-Recalls-Propane-Torches-Due-to-Burn-Hazard

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