Recalls: Helmets, ATVs and more

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Helmets and ATVs are among the latest potentially dangerous products under recall, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

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Helmets used in school physical education programs are being recalled because they do not meet federal safety standards and could cause a head injury.

The Rollerblade-branded helmets by Helmets R Us have “Model 16, SK-501N” printed on the inside label and were manufactured between September 2011 and April 2017.

No injuries have been reported, but don’t wear the helmets and contact Helmets R Us at 877-777-9287 for a free replacement.

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Multiple 2018 models of Can-AM and Renegade ATVs are being recalled for fuel leaks and fire hazard concerns.

There are six reports of fuel spraying out of the tank when the gas cap is opened, but no one has been hurt.

Don't use the recalled ATVs (click here for the full list of recalled model numbers and colors) and contact BRP at 888-272-9222 to schedule a free repair.

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Stanley LED workbench light and power stations are under recall due to potential shock and electrocution from faulty wiring.

There are three reports of the products with the model number WLB40PS having incorrect wiring.

Don’t use the recalled light and power stations which were sold at Sam’s Club and Amazon.com, and contact Baccus Global at 877-571-2391 for a free replacement or refund.

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Scuba gear that could cause you to drown is also under recall.

Oceanic and Hollis scuba diving regulators may restrict airflow at low tank pressures.  No injuries or incidents have been reported.

Do not use the recalled scuba gear (click here for the recalled products' part numbers, descriptions, and UPC codes) and contact Huish Outdoors at 888-270-8595 for a free repair.

For more information on these and other recalls visit www.cpsc.gov