Instant Pots, high chairs, and children’s sleepwear are among the latest product recalls, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Instant Pot One-Pot multicooker
Last week, Instant Pot warned consumers of overheating and melting in certain styles of its one-pot cookers, and now there is an official recall.
The recalled Instant Pots were sold exclusively at Walmart .
“Gem 65 8-in-1” and a batch code of 1728, 1730, 1731,1734, 1746 are printed on the underside of the product.
There are 107 reports of overheating, five reports of property damage, but no injuries.
Stop using the Instant Pots and return it to Walmart for a free replacement. For more information contact Double Insight at 888-891-1473.
Graco is recalling Table2Table 6-in-1 Highchairs because they can become unstable and cause your child to fall.
There are five reports of children getting bumps and bruises, and 38 reports of the rear leg pivoting out of position.
They were sold at Walmart and have the model number 1969721.
Stop using the recalled highchairs and contact Graco at 800-3345-4109 for a free repair kit.
PL Sleep Nightgown
Children’s nightgowns by PL Sleep are under recall because they don’t meet flammability standards.
They have a gray and white snowflake print, long sleeves, a red scarf, and three black buttons and a belt decoration.
They were sold with matching red and white striped socks.
No one has been hurt but don’t let your child wear the nightgown with the model number 17FT62F561 #101.
Contact Lemur group at 877-748-6698 for a full refund.
Allen Sports Folding Bicycles
Folding bicycles by Allen Sports are being recalled because there are two reports of falls from the frames breaking.
The Ultra1 and UltraX carbon fiber bikes were sold on Amazon and eBay.
Stop using the bicycles and contact Allen Sports at 800-722-5536 for a full refund.
Goodman Company Air Conditioners/Heat Pumps
Packaged terminal air conditioners/heat pumps made by the Goodman Company are under recall because the outdoor motors can overheat and potentially cause a fire.
One person suffered smoke inhalation after one of these PTAC units ignited. There are a total of nine reports of fires.
The Goodman, Amana, York, and Energy Knight PTAC units were sold to schools, hotels, motels, apartment buildings and businesses.
The recalled units have the model numbers EKTC15, EKTH15, PMC15, PMH12, PMH15, PTC15, PTH12, PTH15, UCYB15 and UCYH15, with the first four digits of the serial numbers in the range between 1001 and 1709.
Contact Goodman at 888-803-0512 for a free repair kit.