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Goodyear Silent Armor Tires

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Description: Goodyear is recalling certain Wrangler Silent Armor tires, sizes LT235/80R17 LRE, LT325/60R18 LRE, LT275/70R18 LRE, LT265/70R17 LRE, LT245/75R17 LRE, and LT285/70R17 LRD, produced from the 9th week of 2009, through the 22nd week of 2009 (march 31st through may 31st).

Hazard: These tires may experience a partial tread area separation under certain severe usage conditions. Partial tread separation could lead to vehicle damage when the separated tread strikes the vehicle. A tread separation could also cause a tire failure that could result in a motor vehicle crash.

Remedy: Goodyear will notify owners and replace the tires free of charge. The safety recall is expected to begin on or before March 22, 2012. Owners may contact Goodyear at 1-800-592-3267.

Worthington Gas Cylinders

Description: The cylinders contain propylene gas and are used for soldering, brazing, cutting and welding. They contain 14.1oz Map-Pro, 14.1oz Propylene or 16oz MAPP (Methyl Acetylene Propadiene Stabilized). The cylinders are approximately 3” in diameter and 11” tall and are either yellow or black in color. They were sold alone and in kits that include a torch and a cylinder. The cylinders and torch kits have a variety of labels and were sold at various plumbing/HVAC distributors, Lowe’s, Home Depot, and Ace Hardware Stores nationwide.

Hazard: The seal on the cylinders can leak after torches or other fuel consuming equipment are disconnected from them, posing a fire hazard.

Remedy: Unused cylinders: If the cylinder has never been connected to a torch or other device, do not use cylinder. Partially-used cylinder currently connected to torch or other device: Do not disconnect torch or other device. Take outdoors and ignite the torch and burn off entire contents of the cylinder. Disconnect the torch from empty cylinder and dispose of empty cylinder per cylinder label instructions. Partially-used cylinder NOT connected to a torch or other device now: Take cylinder outdoors. Leak test top of the cylinder with soapy water. If bubbles develop, attach the torch. Ignite the torch and burn off entire contents of the cylinder. Remove the torch from empty cylinder and dispose of empty cylinder per cylinder label instructions or return it to the store where it was purchased for exchange or a full refund. If no bubbles develop, do not use cylinder. In any case, after following these instructions return cylinder to store where it was purchased for exchange or full refund. Also, never leave lit torch and cylinder unattended. Use torch only in a well-ventilated area.

Nissan Juke and Infiniti Vehicles

Description: Nissan is recalling certain model year 2011-2012 Juke, Infiniti QX and Infiniti M vehicles.

Hazard: The fuel pressure sensors may not have been tightened to the correct specification. As a result, the fuel pressure sensor may loosen due to heat and vibration causing fuel to leak. Fuel may leak from the pressure sensor, increasing the risk of a fire.

Remedy: Nissan will notify owners, and dealers will replace the fuel pressure sensors, as necessary, free of charge. The safety recall is expected to begin on March 19, 2012. Owners may contact Nissan customer service at 615-725-1000.

HP fax machines

Description: This recall involves HP Fax 1040 and 1050 models. The HP logo and the model number are printed on the front of the fax machine. The fax machines are dark gray and measure about 11 inches high x 14 1/2 inches wide. These faxes were sold at electronics, computer and camera stores nationwide and online at www.shopping.hp.com and other websites from November 2004 through December 2011 for between $90 and $120. Some of the recalled fax machines were replacement units for a previous recall involving HP fax model 1010 in June 2008.

Hazard: The fax machines can overheat due to an internal electrical component failure, posing fire and burn hazards.

Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled fax machines, disconnect them from the electrical outlet and contact HP for a rebate on the purchase of an authorized replacement HP fax machine or a partial rebate of certain HP ink jet printers. For additional information, contact HP toll-free at (888) 654-9296, or visit HP’s website at https://www.hp.com/go/faxrecall/US-en.

Weeplay Kids Bodysuits

Description: This recall involves H.W. Carter & Sons/Carter’s Watch the Wear bodysuits and sleep ‘n play one-piece garments. “Carter’s Watch the Wear” is printed on the front of the package and on the inside neckline. The garments are pastel blue, pink and yellow, and packaged as solids, stripes and patterns. They are sold in packages of two, three or five. The style numbers are located on the rear of the packaging. These were sold at Big Lots, Century 21, Conway, Cookies, Cost Mart, DD’s Discount, Edison Childrenswear, Gabriel Bros., Kiddy Time, Kids Place, Kidstown, National Stores, Pamida Stores, Real Value, Regine’s, R.H. Reny, Ross, Shoppers World, Valley Wholesale, Variety Wholesalers and Youngland stores nationwide. Recalled garments sold from November 2010 through August 2011 for about $4 to $9.

Hazard: The snaps can detach from the fabric of the garment, posing a choking hazard to infants and young children.

Remedy: Consumers should immediately discontinue use of garments and contact Weeplay to receive free replacement garments.


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