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    • 5/30/1992
    June 30, 1992 Release # 92-107 Starr Display Fireworks Recalls Three Large Display Rack Fireworks Devices PRODUCT: Starr Display Fireworks' #100 Original, #100 Z, and #100 Gold and Silver Palm 4 Shot Rack fireworks devices. Each device consists of four tall ...
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    • 7/2/1992
    July 2, 1992 Release # 92-112 Longhorn Manufacturing Company, Inc. Recalls Large Display Rack Fireworks Device PRODUCT: Longhorn Manufacturing Company, Inc.'s "LH Triple" display rack fireworks device. Each device consists of three tall tubes mounted on a ...
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    • 6/28/1993
    JUNE 28, 1993 Release # 93-081 PRODUCT: Approximately 150,000 Starr Display Fireworks #100, #200, and #300 four-shot rack fireworks display devices. The devices consist of four tall mortar tubes mounted on a wooden board or boards with a connecting single ...
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    • 6/28/1993
    JUNE 28, 1993 Release # 93-086 WASHINGTON, DC -- In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the B.J. Alan Company, Youngstown, OH is voluntarily recalling its Cosmic Eruption seven-shot rack fireworks display devices. The ...
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    • 6/27/1993
    JUNE 27, 1993 Release # 93-087 PRODUCT: "Magnum Force and "Gold Rush" seven-shot fireworks display devices manufactured by China Pyrotechnics, Inc. and sold by American Importers in Alabama, Kansas, and South Carolina. The devices consist of seven tubes with ...
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    • 6/28/1993
    JUNE 28, 1993 Release # 93-088 PRODUCT: "Night Shell," "Gorilla Bomb," and "Gorilla Bomb II" seven-shot rack fireworks display devices imported by Atlas Imports. The devices have seven 10- or 11-inch mortar tubes with a connecting single fuse. Approximately ...

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