Lysol Steam Mop Recalled over Burn Hazard
Lysol Steam Mop Recall
This week the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a voluntary recall of approximately 162,000 Lysol Steam Cleaning Mops made by the Conair Corporation of Stamford, Connecticut. The recall was issued after it was realized that hot water can rupture the housing of the steam mop and pose a burn hazard as it shoots out. Additionally, the ruptured housing unit may pose a laceration hazard.
Conair has received at least 14 reports of hot water forcefully shooting out of the water reservoir of the Lysol steam mop. These reports included two minor burn injuries which required the consumers to seek medical attention.
The recall applies to the Lysol Steam Cleaning Mop by Conair, model numbers SM10L and SM10LR. The model number appears on the bottom of the mop beneath the microfiber cloth. The recalled steam mops were sold at many different department stores, drug stores, hardware stores, home improvement stores, Internet stores, and mass merchandisers across the country between September 2006 and September 2009. The steam mops sold for approximately $40. They were made in China.
If you have a Conair Lysol Steam Mop with model number SM10L or SM10LR, stop using the mop immediately to avoid possible burn injury. Contact Conair at 1-800-687-6916 during normal business hours or visit www.conair.com/recallmop to receive your free replacement steam cleaning mop.
If you ever need to report a dangerous product or product-related injury, you can call the CPSC Hotline at 1-800-638-2772.
Thermador Oven Recall
In related product recall news, BSH Home Appliance Corporation has expanded its recall on Thermador built-in ovens. The ovens may overheat in self-cleaning mode and cause fires. There have been reports of fires that have damaged surrounding cabinets. Approximately 37,000 Thermador ovens have been recalled. No injuries have been reported so far, but if you have a Thermador built-in oven with one of the following model numbers, please stop using it immediately: C272B, C302B, SEC272, SEC302, SECD272 and SECD302. The retail prices of these ovens ranged from $3,000 to $4,400. For additional information, contact Thermador at 1-800-701-5230 or visit www.thermador.com.
Horizon Fitness Elliptical Trainer Recall - LIVESTRONG Fitness Elliptical Trainer Recall
Horizon Fitness and LIVESTRONG Fitness Elliptical Trainers distributed by Johnson Health Tech North American have also been recalled. The foot pedal on these elliptical trainers can disengage and pose a fall hazard. No injuries have been reported so far, but 58 foot pedal problems have been reported. Approximately 18,000 elliptical trainers were recalled. For more information, contact Johnson Health Tech North America at 1-800-962-3596, or visit www.horizonfitness.com or www.livestrongfitness.com.
Defective Product Injury in Atlanta, GA
Have you been seriously injured by a defective, unsafe product? If so, contact an experienced Atlanta, Georgia personal injury attorney immediately. You may be entitled to compensation. Call MLN Law at 404-531-9700 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your legal rights.