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General Motors Issues Recall for More than 290,000 Chevrolet Cruzes

Relatively inexpensive and compact, the Chevrolet Cruze is meant to be the perfect starter vehicle for young consumers. Unfortunately for those consumers, the Cruze has experienced its fair share of problems. In 2012, General Motors recalled approximately 413,418 Chevrolet Cruzes from the 2011 and 2012 model years due to engine shields that could have caused liquids to become trapped in the engine compartment, posing a fire hazard.

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Home Depot Recalls More than 100,000 Portable Fan Heaters Due to Fire Hazard

It is important for a heating or cooling device to be made of materials that can withstand dramatic temperature changes. If a heating device is made of materials that melt while it works, it could pose a fire hazard that is harmful for a consumer. In May, Family Dollar Stores had to recall about 19,640 Optimus Tower Quartz heaters due to a fire hazard caused by the units overheating.

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Honda Issues Recall for More than 700,000 Fit Vehicles

Last week was fairly newsworthy for consumers due to several automobile manufacturers issuing voluntary recalls. Ford announced a recall of more than 13,000 2013 Explorer, Taurus and Lincoln MKS models, and Mitsubishi announced a recall of about 3,200 2011 Outlander Sports models. This week, another vehicle manufacturer is making headlines.

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Swan Creek Candles Recalls Candles Due to Fire Hazard

In May, the popular cosmetics company Avon, in conjunction with the CPSC, announced a recall of approximately 55,000 popcorn makers due to burn and fire hazards. If the popcorn is cooked too long in the popcorn maker, it may overheat and the product may ignite, potentially increasing the risk of a fire or burn hazard to consumers. This week, another household product is being recalled due to a fire hazard.

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Ford Recalls 465,000 Vehicles Due to Fuel Tank Leaks

In March, Ford Motor Co. announced the recall of 3,500 vehicles due to the possibility of a dangerous fuel tank leak. The recall involved certain Ford Taurus, Ford Explorer, and Lincoln MKS models. An improperly molded seam could break and cause a fuel leak, which may lead to a fire. At the time of the recall, Ford had received at least six reports of tanks with fuel odors or leaks.

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Avon Recalls Almost 55,000 Popcorn Makers Due To Burn And Fire Hazards

Since the beginning of May, the CPSC has announced four recalls for household heaters and appliances that may pose fire hazards.  Approximately 375,000 heaters have been recalled, including, among others, certain Portable Infrared Radiant Quartz Electric Space Heaters that were recalled by Optimus Enterprise Inc.  Additionally, LEM Products issued a recall f

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Optimus Recalls 355,000 Space Heaters Over Fire Hazard

Over the last few weeks, many recalls have involved products that may pose a fire hazard.  Although the weather is getting warmer, portable heaters have been on the CPSC’s recall list several times, and owners should be aware of these products that can pose a serious danger to their families and homes.  Last week, Family Dollar Stores recalled 19,640 Optimus Tower Quartz Heaters due to potential overheating that could possibly result in a fire.

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Meijer Distribution Recalls Over 4,500 Heaters Due To Fire Hazard

Although the heat of summer is right around the corner, consumers may need to keep their portable heaters out, as these household products have been on the CPSC’s recall list twice in the past week.  Family Dollar Stores announced their recall of 19,640 Optimus Tower Quartz Heaters last week due to potential overheating that could result in a fire.  At the time of the recall, the company had already received 10 reports of overheating, including several inc

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Family Dollar Stores Recalls Over 19,000 Heaters Due To Fire Hazards

Families rely on household appliances to help them perform tasks or keep their living spaces comfortable.  However, products that are improperly manufactured or designed defectively can pose serious risks to consumers.  Earlier this month, LEM Products Distribution issued a recall of their 5-Tray Food Dehydrator.  After the company received two reports of fan failure that resulted in fire, LEM Products recalled 14,600 dehydrators.

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Club Car Recalling 950 Golf Carts Over Fire Hazards

 Golf carts are intended to be convenient recreational vehicles, used for short distance trips or, more naturally, for playing golf. They are not, however, among the first vehicles we think of when someone mentions danger, fire hazards or serious accidents, which is why owners of certain Club Car golf cart models have reason for concern over yesterday’s recall announcement of approximately 950 carts.

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