The device’s power supply can overheat while charging, and cause the plastic enclosure to fly off, posing fire and injury hazards.
The snaps can break or detach from the rompers, posing a choking, laceration and pinching hazards to children.
The candle holders can catch on fire if they come in contact with the candle’s flame, posing a fire hazard.
The blades can detach from the fan while in use, posing an injury hazard to consumers.
Some of the bottles containing the over-the-counter drug can have a hole in the bottom. If there is a hole, children could access and swallow the contents, posing a risk of poisoning. These products contain the substances aspirin and acetaminophen which must be in child resistant packaging as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act (PPPA).
A rear wheel can separate from the vehicle and cause a loss of control, posing a crash hazard to consumers.
Children can become entrapped in the space between the exterior landing (hoistway) door and the interior elevator car door or gate, and suffer serious injuries or death when the elevator is called to another floor.
The front fender can detach and cause the front wheel to abruptly stop, posing a fall hazard.
Infant fatalities have been reported with other manufacturers’ inclined sleep products, after infants rolled from their back to their stomach or side while unrestrained, or under other circumstances.
An internal part of the gas regulator component can have a sharp edge that can wear or tear a hole in the seal causing gas to leak out of the top of the regulator, posing a fire hazard.