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Recall RoundUp, January 11th

In this weeks Recall RoundUp: Two different lamps, a pacifier, and a timer.

L-G Sourcing Incorporated recalled these lamps because of a fire hazard.  They sold at Lowes Stores from March 2005 through October 2007.  The fire threat comes from a short circuit in the lamp's wiring.

Another lamp on the recall list you could find in your child's room.  Kash N' Gold recalled these Tinker Bell lamps because they have excess levels of lead paint.  They sold at Lowes and other electronic stores from January 2007 through October 2007.

On the recall list for the youngest members of your family, these baby town pacifiers.  Made by Shims Bargain Incorporated,  the shield is too small,  and your infant could choke on the pacifier.
They sold at Dollar Stores from March 2004 through December 2007.

If you have one of these Intermatic Digital Timers, you could receive shock while trying to set it up.  They sold at Home Depot and Lowes from February 2007 through December 2007.

The Tinker Bell lamps were made in Hong Kong,  the rest in China.
Follow the link to the Consumer Product Safety Commission for the product replacement or refund information.

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