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    • 4/3/2019
    This recall involves Matco Tools brand wireless chargers. The recalled chargers are round and have “MATCO TOOLS” and the Matco logo printed on a black background in the center. They measure about 4 inches in diameter and ½ an inch in height and were sold with ...
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    • 2/27/2019
    This recall involves the Harbor Freight 80 Lumen 12v rechargeable flashlights. The small black flashlight has a soft white button located on the side to turn the flashlight on and off. The base of the flashlight is a charger that fits into any standard ...
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    • 2/27/2019
    This recall involves two models of the Greenwood-branded propane torches. The torches with no igniter have SKU number 61589 and the torches with a push button igniter have SKU number 61595. The torches have a steel nozzle, a flow valve, a blue grip and a ...
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    • 12/11/2018
    This recall involves Penn State Industries CSCBARR5 quick change jaw chuck systems used with woodworking lathes. The recalled jaw chuck systems are made of steel, are silver in color and measure about 3.875 inches in diameter. “PSI Woodworking Products” and ...
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    • 8/9/2018
    This recall involves two models of 0.17 cubic foot capacity electronic handgun safes sold under two different brand names, Union Safe Company and Bunker Hill Security. The recalled safes are dark gray and the SKU number is printed on a permanent label on the ...
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    • 6/8/2018
    This recall involves model years 2015 through 2017 Amerisun PowerSmart gas-powered 2 Stage snow blowers. The snow blowers are red and black and have “ POWERSMART ” printed on the driving controls plastic cover. The model and serial numbers below are included ...
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    • 6/12/2018
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    • 20180520-AC8DD-2147387839
    Incident Description: Was preparing to use electric chain saw to remove 4 small trees in my yard. Plugged in the saw and squeezed the power trigger to confirm everything was ready and working properly. The saw started running and did not stop when I released the trigger. I ... (More)
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