Fire Pit Tables, Portable Generators Pose Burn and Impact Injury Risk

Attorney General Todd Rokita is alerting Hoosiers of important consumer protection concerns for products recalled in September. This is the time to take advantage of opportunities available for those who purchased these recalled items.  

“The weather is turning cooler, but some of your products could be heating up without your knowledge,” Attorney General Rokita said. “You shouldn’t have to worry if keeping your family warm while you’re outdoors during the fall months could be a fire risk. This is the time to act. Don’t let a flawed product put your family in danger. Stop using recalled items immediately and pursue resolution from the manufacturer.”   

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the following consumer products were recalled in September:   

Insignia and Yardbird fire tables with lava rocks from Best Buy 

Generac Portable Generators from Generac 

Honda Lawnmowers and Pressure Washer Engines from American Honda Motor   

STIHL MSA 300 chain saws from STIHL 

Foldable Bistro Set Chairs from TJX 

Chuckle & Roar Ultimate Water Beads Activity Kits from Buffalo Games 

Disc brake calipers sold on Lectric e-bicycles from Lectric E-bikes  

ADC brand 30 lb. capacity stacked commercial clothes dryers from Whirlpool 

ARGO Xplorer ATVs from ARGO   

Pirelli P ZERO Race TLR Bicycle Tires from Pirelli Tire   

Liquefied Petroleum Gas Compact Regulators from Engineered Controls International 

Emporia Smart Plugs from Emporia 

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 September, visit the Consumer Protection Safety Commission website.

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