Recall Alert: chainsaws, beach loungers and treadmills
Johnson Health Tech is recalling its Matrix T1 and T3 commercial treadmills.
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN)- DeWalt is recalling its 18 inch corded chainsaws due to an injury hazard.
The company says the saw can stay running when the switch is on the off position, or turn on when plugged in. If you have this chainsaw, contact DeWalt. They will ask you to return the product and then you will eventually receive a free replacement.
This impacts about 8,500 units.
Family Dollar just recalled its beach loungers due to an injury hazard. The recalled loungers can collapse unexpectedly, posing an injury hazard if fingers get caught in the metal folding joints.
Consumers should return the chair to Family Dollar for a full refund. You can also email the company and send them a photo of the lounger; they can give you a refund that way as well.
This impacts over 38,000 units.
Johnson Health Tech is recalling its Matrix T1 and T3 commercial treadmills. The company says the power cord can become loose from the treadmill’s power socket, posing a fire hazard.
If any facilities have this treadmill, they are asked to make sure the power cord is completely inserted into the power socket. Contact Johnson Health Tech North America to schedule a free installation of a power cord bracket. The company also plans on contacting all known purchasers.
This impacts over 19,000 units.
You can find more information on these recalls on the Consumer Product Safety Commission website.