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Consumer Alert: Digital video baby monitors pose a fire risk along with many more flawed products
Attorney General Todd Rokita alerts Hoosiers of recalled items sold in August
Attorney General Todd Rokita is alerting Hoosiers of important consumer protection concerns for products recalled in August. This is the time to take advantage of opportunities available for those who purchased these recalled items.
“Starting a family can be a joyous and scary time for parents,” Attorney General Rokita said. “You shouldn’t have to worry if your new baby is safe and if the items they’re using are defective or could cause you or your family harm. If you purchased one of the recalled products, stop using it immediately and pursue resolution from the manufacturer immediately.”
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the following consumer products were recalled in August:
Philips Avent Digital Video Baby Monitors from Philips Personal Health
Baby and Toddler Boy Basic Stretch Straight Leg Jeans from The Children's Place
Room & Board Natural Organic Latex and Latex and Spring Crib Mattresses from Restwell Mattress
Zipadee Kids Convertible House Bed Frames and Montessori Floor Beds from Zipadee Kids
Simplay3 Toddler Towers from The Simplay3 Company
Honda Model EU7000is Portable Generators from American Honda
Amana Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners/Heat Pumps (PTACs) equipped with “DigiAir” modules from Daikin Comfort Technologies
Avena Mini Table Lamps from Crate & Barrel
Maggie's Farm 14 oz Bed Bug & Flea Killer from Maggie's Farm
Threshold Glass Jar Candles from Target
Electric and stovetop pressure cookers from Sensio
Polaris Off-Road Vehicles, Bobcat and Gravely Utility Vehicles, Fuel Pump Kits and Fuel Tank Assemblies from Polaris
Model Year 2021 RZR XP Turbo and RZR Turbo S Recreational Off-Road Vehicles from Polaris
Carboys from Saxco International
Fireworks from 13131 Imports
Dehumidifiers from Gree
Midwest Lubricants Sodium Hydroxide from Midwest Lubricants
Ubio Labs power banks from Costco
If you believe you recently purchased a recalled product, stop using it, and check its recall notice. Then, follow the notice’s instructions, including where to return the product or what steps must be taken to receive a replacement product.
To view recalls issued prior to August, visit the Consumer Protection Safety Commission website.
A headshot of Attorney General Rokita is available for download.