Recalls this week: Trampolines, power strips

Associated Press Modified: July 20, 2012 at 4:00 pm •  Published: July 20, 2012
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A line of children's trampolines with faulty safety handlebars and power strips that fail to meet fire safety standards are among this week's recalled consumer products. Other products include faulty bed frames and golf cars.

Here's a more detailed look:

TRAMPOLINES

DETAILS: Alex Model 786X Little Jumpers Trampolines imported by Panline USA Inc. of Northvale, N.J. They were sold from January 2012 through March 2012 at independent specialty toy and retail stores. The trampoline has a blue mat and orange pads with different colored circles printed onto the pads, yellow legs, and blue feet. A white label is sewn into the underside of the orange pads which has "786X Little Jumpers Trampoline" printed above the bar code.

WHY: The handlebar can break, posing a fall hazard.

INCIDENTS: None reported.

HOW MANY: About 8,000.

FOR MORE: Call 800-666-2539 or visit http://www.alextoys.com/safety

POWER STRIPS

DETAILS: Lush Life power strips with model numbers 12256, 12257, 22563 and 22575. They were sold between July 2011 and March 2012 at Burlington Coat Factory, The Container Store, and other retail stores nationwide.

WHY: They have undersized wiring that poses a shock hazard and the wiring and plastic strip fail to meet fire resistance safety standards.

INCIDENTS: None reported.

HOW MANY: About 6,000.

FOR MORE: Call 888-223-2628 or visit www.burlingtoncoatfactory.com

BED FRAMES

DETAILS: Full- and Twin-Size Bordeaux Collection bed frames imported by Samuel Lawrence Furniture of High Point, N.C. and made by Poh Huat Furniture Ind. of Malaysia, They were sold at furniture stores nationwide from August 2009 to April 2012. The Bordeaux Collection full- and twin-size sleigh beds with wooden headboards and footboards come in a cherry finish. Each bed also has two matching wooden side rails. "Bordeaux" and a model number are printed on a white label on the back of the headboard and footboard.

WHY: The hardware holding the headboard and footboard can loosen or detach, posing a fall hazard.

INCIDENTS: More than 100 reports of headboards or footboards detaching, including one report of a Florida man who injured his foot when a footboard detached.

HOW MANY: About 2,400 in the United States and 100 in Canada. The firm recalled about 18,400 king- and queen-size beds in the United States and 1,250 in Canada in June.

FOR MORE: Call Samuel Lawrence Furniture at 888-572-9889 or visit http://www.slf-co.com

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