Each week there are many products recalled for fire-related risks. We’ve compiled a list of major US fire recalls updated regularly on Fridays.

7/8/2024-7/12/2024

Atomi Recalls Smart Heaters Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

The recalled smart heaters can turn on without user input, posing fire and burn hazards.  Contact Atomi Customer Service at 888-770-7140 from 7:30am to 5pm CT Monday through Friday or online at www.atomiheaterrecall.com for refund information. READ MORE

Best Lighting Products Recalls High Bay LED Light Fixtures Due to Fire Hazard

Plastic pins securing the LED board can degrade, allowing the energized LED board to come loose and contact the lens or combustible materials, posing a fire hazard.  Contact Best Lighting Products toll free at 888-204-9905 or online at www.highbayrecall.net or www.bestlighting.net for repair information.  READ MORE

6/22/2024 – 6/28/2024

Eveland’s Inc. Recalls certain 2024 Scamp Trailers

The issue lies with the LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range, which may fail, leading to overheating and posing a fire hazard. To address this issue, owners are advised to get in touch with Eveland’s Customer Service to schedule a free repair with a local dealer. The repair process will involve cutting the circuit powering the LED backlights and either terminating the wiring or removing the LED backlights altogether. It is important for all affected trailer owners to take action promptly to ensure the safety of their vehicles and prevent any potential risks. READ MORE

Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC Recalls Over 16,967 2021-2022 AMG GT43, 2019-2022 AMG E53, E53 Coupe, E53 Cabriolet, AMG GT53, and 2019-2021 AMG CLS53 Vehicles

The concern stems from a potential issue with the transmission wiring harness connection that may have not been correctly addressed during a previous recall repair. This oversight could lead to the exposure of the electrical connector to corrosion, increasing the risk of an electrical short-circuit. To ensure safety, owners of the affected vehicles are strongly advised to contact MBUSA Customer Service promptly and arrange for a complimentary repair at an authorized local dealer. The repair process will involve the replacement of the two-part wiring harness and connector. READ MORE

Shenzhen Baseus Technology Recalls 132,000 Magnetic Wireless Charging Power Banks

The lithium-ion battery in the battery power banks can overheat, posing a fire hazard. Consumers should immediately stop using the Baseus power bank models and contact Baseus for a full refund with proof of purchase. If you own one of these power banks, it’s highly recommended that you contact Baseus Customer Service. READ MORE

Southern Telecom Recalls 10,600 Brookstone TurboVac Handheld Rechargeable Vacuums – Sold Exclusively at Belk

The vacuums can short circuit during or after charging the battery, posing a fire hazard. Owners should immediately stop using the recalled Handheld vacuums and contact Southern Telecom to receive a full refund. READ MORE

6/15/2024 – 6/21/2024

Daimler Trucks North America LLC Recalls certain 2023-2024 Freightliner Custom Chassis XCR and 2024 XBS, XCM Chassis

The recall addresses a potential issue where the remote fuel filter hoses may detach from the fittings, leading to a fuel leak and potentially causing a lack of fuel supply to the engine. This poses a fire hazard if a fuel leak coincides with an ignition source. Moreover, the lack of fuel supply could result in engine stalling, increasing the risk of a crash. Owners of the affected vehicles are advised to contact DTNA Customer Service promptly to arrange a free repair with a local dealer. The specific recall number for this issue is F1003. It is crucial to address this matter promptly to ensure the safety of the vehicle and its occupants. READ MORE

Thor Motor Coach (TMC) Recalls certain 2025 Thor Tranquility and Sanctuary Motorhomes

The reason for the recall is due to the incorrect installation of a 50 AMP circuit breaker instead of the required 20 AMP breaker. This error can lead to overheated wiring, creating a potential fire hazard. Owners of these motorhomes are urged to promptly contact TMC Customer Service to schedule a free repair. The designated recall number for this issue is RC000305. READ MORE

myCharge Recalls 567,000 POWER HUB All-In-One Portable Chargers

The reason behind the recall is due to the potential risk of overheating while charging, which poses fire and burn hazards. To ensure safety, owners are advised to discontinue using the affected portable chargers and reach out to myCharge Customer Service promptly to receive a free replacement portable charger. READ MORE

Goal Zero Recalls Over 34,460 Yeti Link Modules with EC8 Cables

The company has identified a potential risk where the connection between the modules and cables can overheat and melt, creating a fire and burn hazard. To ensure customer safety, Goal Zero advises all consumers to stop using these modules immediately. Customers are urged to reach out to Goal Zero Customer Service promptly to arrange for a free replacement kit. READ MORE

StyleCraft Recalls Over 50,000 Instinct Cordless Hair Clippers

The lithium-ion battery in the recalled clippers can overheat, posing both fire and burn hazards. If you own one of these cordless clippers, it’s recommended that you stop using it and visit StyleCraft for instructions to remove the battery and to receive a free battery replacement. READ MORE

6/8/2024 – 6/14/2024

HOST INDUSTRIES Recalls certain 2022-2025 Host Mammoth, Yukon Cascade, Tahoe, and Everest Trailers

The recall is due to a potential issue with the LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range, which may fail, leading to overheating and posing a fire risk. Owners of the affected trailers are advised to contact Host Customer Service or visit a local dealer for a free repair to address this safety concern promptly. READ MORE

Forest River, Inc. Recalls certain 2004-2-024 Cedar Creek and 2006-2024 Puma Fifth Wheel Trailers

It has been identified that the overcurrent protection from the trailer battery may have been incorrectly routed, potentially allowing the wires to be pulled out of the junction box. This poses a safety hazard as a loose wire can lead to a short circuit, increasing the risk of a fire. Owners of the affected trailers are advised to contact Puma Customer Service or Cedar Creek Customer Service for further instructions. Additionally, owners can reach out to a local dealer for assistance. Forest River’s designated number for this recall is 51-1786. READ MORE

Bambu Lab Recalls Over 12,800 A1 3D Printers

The recall is due to a potential hazard where the printer’s heat bed cable if bent or damaged, may short-circuit and lead to sparking or burning through the insulation layer. This poses risks of electric shock and fire. To ensure safety, owners are advised to cease using the printers immediately. They can contact Bambu Lab to coordinate the return of the printers for a full refund or opt for a free replacement of the heat bed and cable through a local electronics repair facility. For further details and assistance, customers are encouraged to reach out to Bambu Lab’s customer service. READ MORE

Southern Telecom Recalls Over 19,500 Lomi Roll-On Waxing Kits

The roll-on warmer’s power cord has been found to overheat and short circuit, which can lead to fire, burn, and electrical shock risks. If you have one of these waxing kits, it is crucial to act promptly. Contact Southern Telecom Customer Service immediately to initiate the process for a full refund. As part of the recall procedure, consumers will be required to mark the wax warmer with “Recalled” using a permanent marker, disconnect the warmer from the power source, cut the unplugged power cord, and provide a photo of the altered warmer to Southern Telecom. READ MORE

Daikin Comfort Technologies Manufacturing Recalls Over 12,100 Amana, Daikin, Goodman-Branded Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Packaged Units

The units’ serial plates may display incorrect electrical ratings, potentially leading to the use of incorrect wirings and posing a fire hazard. To ensure safety, consumers are advised not to open the outside electrical panel of the affected units. Instead, they should promptly contact Daikin Comfort Technologies Manufacturing (DCT) for a free repair and inspection. READ MORE

6/1/2024 – 6/7/2024

BYD Coach & Bus (BYD) Recalls certain 2019-2023 BYD RIDE C10M, K7M, K8M, K9M, K9S, K9MD, and K11M Transit Buses

The recall is due to a potential safety issue with the rearview mirror control switch module, which may have been manufactured with an incorrect fuse. This incorrect fuse could overheat, creating a fire hazard. Owners of the affected buses are advised to contact BYD Customer Service to schedule a free repair to address this issue promptly. READ MORE

Grand Design RV LLC (Grand Design) Recalls certain 2023 Solitude Fifth Wheels

The recall is related to loose or missing fasteners on the refrigerator cooling unit, which could lead to excessive movement of the unit. This movement may cause the propane line to crack and potentially leak gas. A propane leak, especially in the presence of an ignition source, poses a serious fire hazard. Owners of the affected vehicles are advised to contact Grand Design Customer Service immediately to schedule an inspection of the refrigerator inside the RV. If necessary, the refrigerator will be repaired or replaced to ensure the safety of the vehicle and its occupants. The recall number associated with this issue is 910043. READ MORE

Kawasaki Motors USA Recalls over 68,000 Engines Used in Bad Boy Mowers, BigDog, Bobcat, Cub Cadet, Hustler, John Deere, and Kubota Brand Lawn and Garden Equipment

The reason for the recall is that these engines have been found to have a potential overheating issue, which could pose fire and burn hazards to consumers. As a safety precaution, consumers are advised to immediately discontinue using any lawn and garden equipment containing the recalled engines. To address this issue, affected individuals should reach out to Kawasaki, John Deere, Cub Cadet, Hustler, BigDog, or Kubota, depending on the specific brand of equipment they own. Alternatively, they can contact an authorized dealer to arrange for a free repair of the engine. READ MORE

Good Earth Lighting Recalls over 1.2 million Rechargeable Integrated Lights

The affected lights’ batteries can overheat and ignite the plastic housing, posing risks of fire and burn hazards to consumers. If you own one of these recalled lights, it is crucial to stop using it immediately. To address this issue, Good Earth Lighting is offering a free replacement light of equal or greater value to the recalled product, including shipping costs. Owners are required to mark the model number on the back of the light, label it as “Recalled” on the front, and upload a photo of the light to the provided website: https://goodearthlighting.com/productrecall. For more information and assistance with the recall process, please contact Good Earth Lighting promptly. READ MORE

5/25/2024 – 5/31/2024

Forest River, Inc. has issued a safety recall for certain 2024 Aurora and Catalina Travel Trailers

The recall is related to the furnace being installed directly on top of vinyl linoleum flooring, which can cause overheating, increasing the risk of a fire. Owners of these travel trailers are advised to contact Forest River Customer Service or a local dealer to schedule a free repair. The recall number for Forest River is 205-1778. READ MORE

Forest River, Inc. Recalls certain 2024 Solera, 2024-2025 Forester, and Sunseeker Motorhomes

The liquid propane line may not be properly secured, which can cause the line to become damaged and leak. A propane gas leak in the presence of an ignition source is a fire hazard. To address this issue, owners of the affected motorhomes are urged to promptly contact Forest River Customer Service or a local dealer to schedule a free repair. Forest River’s number for this recall is 34-1780. READ MORE

Aluminum Trailer Company (ATC) Recalls certain 2021-2024 Toy Hauler 5th Wheel Trailers

There is a safety issue with the LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range, which may fail and overheat, posing a fire hazard. In light of this, ATC is initiating a recall for these trailers. Owners are urged to immediately contact ATC Customer Service or a local dealer to schedule a free repair to address this issue. The NHTSA campaign number associated with this recall is 24V354000. READ MORE

Kia America, Inc. Recalls certain 2022 Niro EV Vehicles

The high voltage battery plug may overheat and melt, which could lead to a loss of drive power and pose a potential fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it is advised not to charge it in the garage or any covered structure until the necessary repair is completed. To address this issue, you can contact a local dealer and schedule a free repair. The recall identification number for this issue is SC314. READ MORE

5/18/2024 – 5/24/2024

ABC BUS Inc. Recalls certain 2023-2024 Van Hool CX35 and CX45 Vehicles Equipped with Hydronic L-II Heaters

The recall has been initiated due to the possibility of the burner units releasing excessive exhaust gas, which can result in smoke poisoning or cause a vehicle fire. If you own one of these vehicles, it is highly recommended that you do not use the heater until it has been inspected, reworked, and calibrated by a dealer to avoid the risk of excessive exhaust gas. The repair will be done free of charge and the recall number is 24E030. READ MORE

Alamo Group, Inc. (Morbark) Recalls certain 2023-2024 Morbark EB1821, EB2131, and EB1922 Brush Chippers

The fuel lines that supply fuel to the engine may not have the necessary pressure rating of 58 pounds per square inch PSI, which could pose a fire hazard. Owners of affected units are advised to contact their local dealer for a free replacement of the engine fuel lines. Alternatively, customers can also contact Morbark’s Customer Service for assistance. READ MORE

5/11/2024 – 5/17/2024

Braun Ambulances Recalls certain 2023-2024 Chief XL, I, Chief XL III, Express Plus I, Express III, and Liberty I Vehicles

Braun has issued a recall (number 24-003) for a potential fire hazard in their nodes due to a firmware issue that may fail to shut off the output pin in case of a short circuit or wiring failure. This poses a risk of overloading electrical circuits. Owners are advised to promptly reach out to Braun Ambulances Customer Service or a local dealer to arrange a free repair to ensure safety and prevent any potential accidents. READ MORE

Jayco, Inc. Recalls certain 2023-2024 Jayco Terrain, Entegra Launch Motorhomes

Jayco has released that there is a critical issue where the main wiring harness could chafe against the drive shaft, leading to a potential short circuit. This poses a significant risk, including loss of drive power, power steering, and brake system control, with the added danger of a fire hazard. It’s highly recommended that you contact Jayco Customer Service or a local dealer to arrange a complimentary inspection and necessary corrections to the wiring harness. READ MORE

Electrolux Group Recalls 203,000 Frigidaire and Kenmore Electric Ranges

Depending on the model, the surface heating elements can turn on spontaneously without being switched off or heated to different temperatures than selected. This can pose both fire and burn hazards to consumers. To ensure your safety, please contact Electrolux Customer Service with your Electric Range’s serial number for further assistance and potential repair options. READ MORE

5/04/2024 – 5/10/2024

Winnebago Industries, Inc. Recalls certain 2021-2023 Sunstar, Vista, 2022-2023 Cambria, Inspire, 2023 Forza, 2024 Minnie Winnie, Spirit, 2024-2025 Porto and Vita Motorhomes

A potential safety issue has been identified with the LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range. There is a risk of the circuit board failing, overheating, and posing a fire hazard. As a precautionary measure, we urge all owners of these motorhomes to promptly contact Winnebago customer service or a local dealer to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Highland Ridge RV Recalls certain 2022-2023 Mesa Ridge TT, Mesa Ridge XLT FW, Open Range Roamer FW, Open Range TT, Silverstar TT, and Silverstar XLT FW Trailers

If you own a Highland Ridge Travel Trailer, you should know that there has been a recent discovery of a potential safety hazard involving the LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range. This issue could lead to overheating and pose a fire risk. To ensure the safety of your RV, and prevent any potential accidents, we strongly advise contacting Highland Ridge customer service immediately and providing them with recall number 9904606. Alternatively, you can also contact your local dealer to arrange a free repair. READ MORE

Newmar Corporation Recalls certain 2022 Bay Star Motorhomes

If you own a Newmar motorhome, there is a critical safety concern regarding the LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range. This issue could potentially lead to overheating and pose a fire hazard. To ensure the safety of your motorhome and prevent any potential risks, we strongly advise contacting Newmar customer service immediately and providing them with recall number 610 RSB. Alternatively, you can reach out to a local dealer for a free repair. READ MORE

Alliance RV, LLC Recalls certain 2024 Avenue 22ML, 26RD, 29RL, 32RLS, 33RKS, 37MBR, and 38DBL Travel Trailers

The inverter circuit was improperly wired to a 30-amp breaker, which could allow the breaker to overheat, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these travel trailers, it’s recommended that you contact Alliance customer service or a local dealer and schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Textron Specialized Vehicles Recalls over 10,000 Prowler Pro and Tracker Utility Vehicles

The fuel tank cap doesn’t fit correctly, which can cause a fuel leak around the filler neck, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these specialized vehicles, you should stop using it immediately and contact an authorized dealer for a free inspection and repair. READ MORE

4/27/2024 – 5/03/2024

REV Ambulance Group Orlando, Inc. (REV) Recalls certain 2019-2024 Type I, Type III, and Type IX vehicles equipped with certain Weldon Vmux HC1.7 Input/Output Multiplex Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the node may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. Overloaded electrical circuits can pose a fire hazard. Owners may contact REV customer service or a local dealer to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Winnebago Towable Recalls certain 2022-2024 Voyage, Micro Minnie, Micro Minnie FLX, Hike 200, and Minnie Travel Trailers

The LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range may fail, causing the board to overheat, and posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these Travel Trailers, it’s highly recommended that you call Winnebago Customer Service and give them recall number 24V-054. You may also call a local dealer for a free repair. READ MORE

True Manufacturing Recalls 30,000 Commercial Refrigerators with Secop Compressors

These refrigerators with Secop Compressors can fail in a manner that causes the compressor to overheat, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these refrigerators with model number NLE11MN, it’s highly recommended that you stop using it immediately and contact True Manufacturing for a free repair. You may also contact a local dealer. READ MORE

Polaris Recalls 240 Prostar S4 Titan Adventure Snowmobiles

These snowmobiles can leak fuel at the pump flange assembly, posing a fire hazard and risk of serious injury to the rider or passenger. If you own one of these snowmobiles, you should stop using it immediately and contact an authorized Polaris dealer to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

4/20/2024 – 4/26/2024

Tiffin Motorhomes, Inc. Recalls Certain 2022-2024 Allegro Open Road, Allegro RED 360, 2024 Byway, and 2022 Phaeton Motorhomes

The LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range may fail, causing the board to overheat, which poses a fire hazard. If you own one of these Motorhomes, it’s recommended that you contact Tiffin Customer Service or a local dealer to schedule a free repair. The recall number is TIF-138. READ MORE

Autocar, LLC Recalls Certain 2020-2024 DC (Legend) Vehicles

The wiring harness may route fusible links too closely to other components. This can pose a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you contact Autocar Customer Service or schedule a free repair with a local dealer. The number for this recall is DC-2404. READ MORE

Outdoors RV Manufacturing (ORV) Recalls Certain 2022-2024 Titanium Trailers

The LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range may fail, causing the board to overheat, and posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these trailers, it’s recommended that you call ORV Customer Service or a local dealer and schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Spencer Manufacturing, Inc. Recalls Certain 2024 Pumper Vehicles Equipped with Weldon 8X16 Input-Output Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. This can pose a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you contact Spencer Customer Service and they will schedule an inspection to update the firmware of the vehicle, free of charge. READ MORE

4/13/2024 -4/19/2024

Ford Motor Company Recalls over 42,000 2022-2023 Bronco Sport and 2022 Escape Vehicles Equipped with 1.5L Engines

A fuel injector may crack and leak fuel inside the engine compartment. A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source such as a hot engine, can pose a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you contact Ford Customer Service or a local dealer to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Forest River, Inc. Recalls certain 2024 Aurora and Coachmen Catalina Travel Trailers

Improper routing may leave the distribution panel wire unprotected from the battery. An unprotected wire can pose a fire hazard. If you own one of these travel trailers, it’s recommended that you contact Forest River Customer Service or a local dealer and schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Hi-Tech E.V.S. Recalls certain 2020-2023 Gladiator and Metrostar Fire Trucks Equipped with Weldon 8X16 Input-Output Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the node may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded circuits. If electrical circuits are overloaded, they can overheat, posing a fire hazard. Owners can contact Akron Brass Customer Service or Hi-Tech Customer Service to reach a local dealer for scheduling a free repair. READ MORE

4/06/2024 – 4/12/2024

Cruiser RV Recalls Certain 2023-2024 Avenir, Embrace, Shadow Cruiser, Radiance, Stryker, MPG, 2024 Twilight travel trailers, and 2024 Essence Fifth Wheels

The LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range may potentially fail, causing the board to overheat, and posing a fire hazard. Owners should contact Cruiser Customer Service and schedule an appointment with a local dealer for a free repair. READ MORE

Heartland Recreational Vehicles LLC Recalls Certain 2023 Elk Ridge, Lithium, 2024 Eddie Bauer, Corterra, 2023-2024 Big Country, Big Horn, South Fork, Fuel, Gravity, Mallard, North Trail, Sundance, Milestone, Pioneer, Prowler, Torque, and Trail Runner Fifth Wheels and Travel Trailers

The LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range may fail, causing the board to overheat, and pose a fire hazard. Owners may contact Heartland Customer Service and schedule an appointment with a local dealer free of charge. READ MORE

Johnson Health Tech North America Recalls Matrix T1 and T3 Commercial Treadmills

The power cord could become loose from the treadmill’s power socket, posing a fire hazard. Exercise facilities should inspect their treadmills to confirm whether they have a power cord bracket installed on the unit. If the bracket is not already installed, facilities should ensure that the power cord is completely inserted into the power socket on the treadmills before each use, until repaired. Owners should contact Johnson Health Tech North America to schedule a free installation of a power cord bracket or to order a power cord bracket for self-installation. READ MORE

Yoto Recalls Over 250,000 Yoto Mini Speakers for Children Due to Burn and Fire Hazards

The speaker’s lithium-ion battery can overheat and catch fire, posing burn and fire hazards to consumers. If you own one of these speakers, you should stop using it immediately, take them away from children, and contact Yoto Customer Service to receive a free replacement smart charging cable. You can send a photo of the old cable, cut through the middle, to receive a new replacement cord. READ MORE

3/30/2024 – 4/05/2024

Porsche Cars North America, Inc. Recalls certain 2021-2023 Taycan, Taycan 4 Cross Turismo, 2020-2023 Taycan 4S, Taycan Turbo S, 2021-2022 Taycan 4S Cross Turismo, 2022 Taycan Turbo S Cross Turismo, 2022-2023 Taycan GTS, 2023 Taycan GTS Sport Turismo, and 2020-2021 Taycan Turbo Vehicles

The high-voltage battery could potentially experience a short circuit within the battery modules, resulting in a fire hazard. If you own any of these Porsche vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you only charge the vehicle to a maximum of 80% battery capacity until the repair has been completed. Contact Porsche customer service or schedule an appointment with a local dealer and they will replace the affected modules in the high-voltage battery, free of charge. READ MORE

Reading Truck Equipment, LLC Recalls certain 2021-2024 Dump Body Trucks

Inadequate clearance may allow the hood to contact the main electrical fuse terminal, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these trucks, it’s highly recommended that you call a local dealer and schedule an appointment to inspect and relocate the fuse terminal and fuse, free of charge. READ MORE

Daimler Vans USA, LLC Recalls certain 2023 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Vehicles

A 12-volt ground connection may not be secured properly, which could result in the ground connection overheating and a loss of drive power, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you call DVUSA customer service or contact a local dealer for a free repair. READ MORE

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. Recalls certain 2022-2024 Audi RS E-Tron GT and E-Tron GT Vehicles

The high-voltage battery may experience a short circuit within the battery modules, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you only charge the vehicle to a maximum of 80% battery capacity until a repair can be made. You may contact Audi customer service or contact a local dealer to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Keystone RV Company Recalls certain 2021-2023 Montana, 2021-2022 Montana High Country, 2022-2024 Fuzion, 2021 Crossroads Cruiser, and 2024 Dutchmen Aspen Trail LOFT Vehicles

The LED backlight circuit board cooktop range may fail, causing the board to overheat, and posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, you may contact Keystone customer service or a local dealer to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

3/23/2024 – 3/29/2024

Forest River, Inc. Recalls certain 2023-2024 Dynamax Isata Motorhomes

A nut on the backside of the main 12V disconnect may have been improperly tightened. This can cause electrical arcing or overheating, potentially posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these motorhomes, it’s highly recommended that you call Forest River Customer Service and give them recall number 55-1751. A local dealer will replace the 12V disconnect, free of charge. READ MORE

Nova Bus Inc. Recalls certain 2021-2022 LFS Artic and 2021-2023 LFS Buses

The alternator power cable nut may not have been tightened properly. A loose nut can cause electrical arcing, increasing the risk of a fire. If you own one of these buses, it’s highly recommended that you call Nova Customer Service and give them recall number CR5570. A local Nova dealer will inspect and tighten the power cable nut as necessary, free of charge. READ MORE

Prevost Car Inc. Recalls certain 2010 H3-45 VIP, 2024 H3-45 and X3-45 Vehicles

The coolant heaters may generate excessive exhaust gas and overheat. Coolant Heater May Overheat. Excessive exhaust gas may increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, and an overheating heater increases the risk of a fire. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s recommended that you contact Prevost Customer Service and give them recall number SR24-13. Vehicle owners are advised not to operate the heaters until they have been repaired. READ MORE

Polaris Recalls 7,000 Snowmobiles Equipped with PATRIOT BOOST Engines

The fuel line between the fuel rails can leak, posing a potential fire hazard. If you own one of these snowmobiles, you should stop operating it immediately and contact Polaris Customer Service or a local dealer and schedule a free repair of the fuel line. READ MORE

3/16/2024 – 3/22/2024

Spartan Fire LLC Recalls 2023-2024 Gladiator, MetroStar, 2024 Commercial, FC-94, and KME Panther trucks equipped with Hercules HC 1.7 Multiplex Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the node may fail to shut off the output pin, which would result in overloaded electrical circuits. This can pose a fire hazard. Owners may contact Spartan Fire Customer Service and give them recall number 24003. READ MORE

Jaguar Land Rover North America LLC Recalls Certain 2019 I-Pace Vehicles

The battery can overheat, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you park the car and charge it away from structures, and only charge their vehicles to a maximum of 75% until the recall repair is completed. Owners may contact Jaguar Customer Service to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

E-One Incorporated Recalls certain 2024 Commercial, Cyclone N, Typhoon N, and Typhoon EV vehicles equipped with Hercules HC 1.7 Multiplex Nodes

If this vehicle were to have a short circuit or wiring failure, firmware in the node may fail to shut off the output pin, which will overload the electrical circuits. This can pose a fire hazard. Owners may contact E-One Customer Service to schedule a free update of the firmware. READ MORE

Textron Specialized Vehicles Recalls 2024 Crushman Hauler Pro LSV Vehicles Equipped with the Triple Battery Pack Configuration

The dump bed latch may contact the top battery, cracking or puncturing the battery’s case. A damaged battery can pose a fire hazard. If you own one of these specialized vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you contact Textron Customer Service and give them the recall number FSB01-24. They will replace the battery packs, free of charge. READ MORE

3/09/2024 – 3/15/2024

Jayco, Inc. Recalls certain 2021-2025 Jayco Solstice LI, Swift, Terrain, Terrain LE, Entegra Coach Ethos LI, Expanse LI, Launch LE Motorhomes

The battery relay contactors may become stuck in the closed position. This could increase the risk of a fire during battery charging. If you own one of these motorhomes, it’s highly recommended that you contact Jayco customer service. READ MORE

Isuzu Motors Limited Recalls certain 2019-2024 FTR, 2020-2024 Chevrolet LCF 6500XD, 2022-2024 FVR, and 2023-2024 Chevrolet LCF 7500XD vehicles equipped with a Mobileye Collision Warning System

The Mobileye camera cable may have been routed improperly, which could potentially result in wiring damage and an overloaded electrical circuit. Overloaded electrical circuits can overheat, increasing the likelihood of a fire. Furthermore, wiring damage may cause a loss of turn signals, hazard lights, and/or collision system function, increasing the risk of a crash. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you contact Isuzu customer service. READ MORE

Honeywell Recalls over 29,000 system sensor L-Series Low-Frequency Fire Alarm Sounders and Strobes

These sounders and strobes on this particular fire alarm can malfunction and cause the fire alarm system to fail to alert consumers of a present fire. If you have one of these fire alarms, you should contact System Sensor to schedule a free inspection, and if necessary, a free repair. READ MORE

Best Buy Recalls over 187,000 Insignia Air Fryer Ovens

These air fryers can overheat, causing the handles to melt or break, posing both fire and burn hazards. In addition, the air fryer ovens can overheat and the glass on the door can shatter, causing fire, burn, and laceration hazards. If you own this particular air fryer, you should stop using it immediately and visit https://www.recallrtr.com/airfryer for further instructions on how to submit photos, model number, purchase receipt (if you still have it), and how to dispose of the air fryer. Consumers who follow these steps can receive a refund in the form of a refund check or a Best Buy store credit. READ MORE

Textron Specialized Vehicles Recalls 500 Tracker Off Road OX EV Light Utility Vehicles

Water can potentially get into the lithium-ion battery pack of these vehicles, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these specialized vehicles, you should stop using/charging it immediately and contact an authorized Tracker Off-Road dealer or service center to schedule a free inspection and repair of the battery module. READ MORE

3/02/2024 – 3/08/2024

BMW of North America, LLC Recalls certain 2024 i4 xDrive40, i4 M50, and i5 eDrive40 Vehicles

The vehicle’s high-voltage battery module may have insufficient weld seams, which could result in the battery potentially overheating, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these recalled vehicles, call a local BMW dealer and they will install a replacement battery, free of charge. READ MORE

Ford Motor Company Recalls certain 2023 F-150 Lightning Vehicles

The fasteners that secure the junction box inside the high-voltage battery pack may not be tightened securely, which could cause electrical arcing, increasing the risk of a fire. Loss of drive may also occur, which can increase the risk of a crash. If you own one of these recalled vehicles, contact a local dealer for a replacement, free of charge. READ MORE

Pierce Manufacturing Recalls certain 2023-2024 Commercial Chassis Equipped with Hercules HC 1.7 Multiplex Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the node may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded circuits. This can cause the circuits to overheat, posing the risk of a fire. Contact Pierce customer service if you own this vehicle and they will schedule an appointment to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Pleasant Valley Teardrop Trailers LLC Recalls certain 2023-2024 nuCamp TAB 400, Cirrus 620, and 820 Trailers with the Lithium Upgrade

The wrong battery disconnect switch may have been installed. This can cause the vehicle to overheat, increasing the risk of a fire. Contact Pleasant Valley customer service to replace the battery disconnect switch, free of charge. READ MORE

The Home Appliance Recalls 42,000 Camplux Brand Portable Tankless Water Heaters

These portable water heaters can leak gas from the gas regulator connection, posing a potential fire hazard. It’s recommended that you turn off and stop the recalled portable water heaters and contact The Home Appliance customer service for a free repair kit. READ MORE

Anker EverFrost Lithium-Ion Battery Powered Coolers Recalled; Manufactured by Anker Innovations

The lithium-ion batteries in the Anker EverFrost Coolers can potentially overheat, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these coolers, it’s recommended that you stop using it immediately and contact Anker for a free replacement lithium-ion battery pack. READ MORE

2/24/2024 – 3/01/2024

No Recalls This Week

2/17/2024 – 2/23/2024

Earth Roamer LLC Recalls certain 2022-2023 LTi Motorhomes

The auxiliary fuel tank control module may unexpectedly pump fuel into the primary fuel tank, which can cause the tank to overflow and leak fuel. A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source can increase the risk of a fire hazard. Owners may contact Earth Roamer customer service and schedule a repair, free of charge, from a local dealer. READ MORE

Hyundai Motor America Recalls over 90,000 2015-2016 Genesis, 2017-2019 Genesis G80, Genesis G90, and 2019 Genesis G70 Vehicles

Water can potentially enter starter solenoid and cause an electrical shortage which can result in an engine compartment fire while parked or driving. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you park your vehicle outside and away from structures until the recall repair is complete. Contact Hyundai customer service or a local dealer and schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Dynabook Americas Recalls 15.5 Million Toshiba Laptop AC Adapters

The laptop AC adapters can overheat and spark, posing both a burn and fire hazard. If you own one of these laptops that use this charging adapter, you should stop using it immediately and contact Dynabook Americas for a free replacement AC adapter. READ MORE

Over 146,000 EVAS 20 lb. Propane Exchange Tanks Recalled by Worthington Enterprises

These propane exchange cylinders could potentially leak gas, posing a fire hazard. If you have one of these tanks in your possession, you should stop using it immediately. Make sure to close the top valve completely and return to any AmeriGas Propane Exchange retail location for a free replacement. READ MORE

2/10/2024 – 2/16/2024

Ocean State Job Lot Recalls 12,800 “Growing Table-Mini Greenhouse and Raised Garden Bed”

This greenhouse can potentially overheat, posing a fire hazard. If you own one, it’s highly recommended that you stop using it immediately and contact Ocean State Job Lot for a full refund. READ MORE

New Flyer of America, Inc. Recalls certain 2021-2023 XE35, XE40, 2021-2024 XE60, and 2023-2024 XHE40 vehicles

One or more of the drain valves in this vehicle may not activate as intended, which could allow battery packs to accumulate liquid in the battery pack enclosure. This could potentially lead to an electrical shortage, increasing the risk of a fire. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you contact New Flyer Customer Service to schedule a free repair from a local dealer. READ MORE

Tiffin Motorhomes, Inc. Recalls certain 2022-2024 Allegro Bay Motorhomes

The standard house batteries in these motorhomes may shift position during travel, which can cause the battery terminals to contact the steel hold-down bar. This can result in electrical arcing, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these motorhomes, it’s recommended that you contact a local dealer and schedule a repair of the battery and angle brackets, free of charge. READ MORE

Braun Ambulances Recalls 2020-2023 Chief XL I, Express Plus I, Chief XL III, Liberty I, Super Chief I, Signature Series III, Signature Series I, and 2020-2024 Express III emergency vehicles equipped with Weldon 8X16 Input-Output Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the node may fail or shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. This could potentially pose a fire hazard. Owners are urged to contact Braun customer service and schedule a free repair of the firmware. READ MORE

2/03/2024 – 2/09/2024

Winnebago Towable Recalls certain 2022-2023 Micro Minnie, Micro Minnie FLX, Hike 200, and Minnie Travel Trailers

The LED backlight circuit board in the cooktop range may fail, causing the board to overheat, posing a potential fire hazard. If you own one of these travel trailers, it’s highly recommended that you contact Winnebago Customer Service and schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Husqvarna Recalls over 400,000 Grass Trimmers

Incorrect wiring in the ignition module can cause an electrical spark or arcing, posing a potential fire hazard, especially if gas is on or near the unit. If you own one of these gas trimmers, you should stop using it immediately and contact a Husqvarna dealer to receive a free repair. READ MORE

VPR Brand Recalls 62,000 Lighters Due to Missing Child Safety Feature

The lighters don’t have child-resistant mechanisms and were not tested to the federal regulatory requirements for child resistance. Children under the age of 5 could ignite the lighters, posing both a fire and burn hazard. If you own one of these recalled lighters, it’s highly recommended that you contact VPR Brands Customer Service for instructions on how to destroy the device and submit proof of destruction to receive a free refund. READ MORE

25,000 GPU Angled Adapters Recalled by CableMod

The adapters’ male connector can become loose, overheat, and melt into the GPU, posing fie and burn hazards. You should immediately stop using the recalled adapter and contact CableMod Customer Service for further instructions. READ MORE

1/27/2024 – 2/02/2024

Maxi-Metal Inc. Recalls certain 2020-2023 Maxi/Freightliner and Maxi/Kenworth Trucks Equipped with Weldon 8X16 Input-Output Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the node may fail to shut off the output pin, which can overload the electrical circuits. This can pose a potential fire hazard. Owners may contact Maxi-Metal customer service to schedule an appointment to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Marion Body Works, Inc. Recalls certain 2020-2022 Pumper, Rescue, Aerial, and RPM Vehicles with Weldon 8X16 Input-Output Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the node may fail to shut off the output pin, which can overload the electrical circuits. This could increase the risk of a fire. Owners may contact Marion Body Works customer service to schedule an appointment to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Audi Recalls Hundreds of e-Tron GT Electric Vehicles

The recall comes in response to a potential fire hazard associated with the battery housing’s sealing, which, over time, can allow moisture to enter, which could potentially lead to an electrical short circuit and increase the risk of a fire. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you call Audi customer service to see if your vehicle is being recalled. READ MORE

Snap Recalls 71,000 Lithium-Ion Batteries Sold for Pixy Flying Cameras

The lithium-ion battery in the camera can potentially overheat, posing a fire hazard. If you own this flying camera with this type of battery, it’s highly recommended that you stop using it and remove the battery. Visit the Pixy website for instructions on how to dispose of the battery properly and how to receive a refund. READ MORE

Bissell Recalls 142,000 Multi-Reach Hand and Floor Vacuum Cleaners

The vacuum’s battery pack can overheat and smoke, increasing the risk of a fire. If you own one of these vacuums, you should stop using it immediately and contact Bissell customer service for instructions on how to deplete the charge on the battery and receive a replacement vacuum. Recalled lithium-ion batteries should be disposed of in accordance with any local and state laws and not in the trash. READ MORE

1/20/2024 – 1/26/2024

Pacific Cycle Recalls 1,700 E-Bikes

The wiring harness that manages the charging of the lithium-ion battery wasn’t properly assembled, which could potentially cause it to overheat and start a fire while charging. If you own one of these e-bikes, you should stop using it immediately and unplug it, if charging. It’s recommended that you then go to http://www.pacific-cycle.com/safety-notices-recalls and enter your e-bike’s serial number before returning it to confirm that it’s part of the recall. READ MORE

General Motors, LLC (GM) Recalls Certain 2022 BrightDrop EV600 Vehicles

The front-drive unit may potentially leak oil and cause an engine compartment fire. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you contact GM customer service who will replace the vehicle, free of charge. The recall number for this vehicle is N232466420. READ MORE

Altec Industries, Inc. (Altec) Recalls Certain 2004-2023 AT Series Aerial Devices

The cables in the engine compartment may contact the vehicle’s hood, damaging the cables and causing a short circuit, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these devices, it’s highly recommended that you call Altec customer service to make an appointment for a free repair. Altec will inspect and relocate the cables and fuse blocks in the device. The recall number is CSN-3142. READ MORE

1/13/2024 – 1/19/2024

Braun Northwest Recalls 2020-2021 NorthStar Ambulances

In the event of a short circuit or a wiring failure, the firmware in the vehicle multiplex system may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in the overloading of electrical circuits. Overloaded electrical circuits can potentially overheat, increasing the risk of a fire. These ambulances’ firmware systems can be updated free of charge if you contact Braun Northwest Customer Service. READ MORE

Mickey Truck Bodies, Inc. Recalls certain 2020-2023 Isuzu NRR Vehicles

The 12-volt wire harness on the truck refrigeration unit (TRU) may be exposed and missing heat shrink, which could cause electrical arcing, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these trucks, it’s recommended that you call Mickey Truck Bodies Customer Service. They will inspect and secure/insulate the exposed wires of the TRU, add a connector, and remove a fuse, free of charge. READ MORE

E-One Incorporated Recalls certain 2021-2023 ARFF, Cyclone N, 2020-2024 Commercial, 2020, 2022-2023 Cyclone 2, 2023 Cyclone E, 2022 Typhoon, and 2020-2023 Typhoon N Vehicles

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the vehicle’s multiplex system may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits, posing a fire hazard risk. It’s recommended that you call E-One Customer Service to schedule an appointment to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

PL Custom Emergency Vehicles (PL Customs) Recalls certain 2020-2024 Ambulance & Rescue Vehicles Type 1 and Type 3 Vehicles

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the vehicle multiplex system may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. This could potentially pose a fire hazard. Contact PL Custom Customer Service to schedule an appointment to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Alexis Fire Equipment Company (Alexis Fire) Recalls certain 2022-2023 Apparatus Fire Trucks equipped with Weldon 8X16 Input-Output Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the node may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. This could cause the circuits to overheat, posing a fire hazard. Contact Alexis Fire Customer Service to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Pierce Manufacturing Recalls certain 2020-2023 Freightliner and International Chassis Vehicles Equipped with Weldon 8X16 Input-Output Nodes

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the node may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. Circuits that are overloaded could pose a fire hazard. Contact Pierce Customer Service for an appointment to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

1/06/2024 – 1/12/2024

Prevost Car (US) Inc. Recalls certain 2024 X3-45 VIP Entertainer Motor Coaches

The cable powering the electric radiator cooling fans may be improperly connected and overheat, potentially posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these motor coaches, you should stop using this vehicle and contact Prevost customer service to schedule a free repair. The recall number is SR24-05. READ MORE

Rosenbauer American Recalls 2020-2022 Avenger, 2019-2024 Commander, 2020-2023 Warrior, 2023 Commercial F-350, F-550, and 2024 Commercial 114SD Vehicles

In the event that there’s a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s recommended that you call Rosenbauer Customer Service to schedule an appointment to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Cake 0 Emission USA Inc. Recalls certain 2018-2023 Kalk & Kalk Ink Work Motorcycles

The lithium-ion battery cells can potentially fail while charging. This could pose a fire hazard. It’s highly recommended that you call Cake Customer Service if you own one of these motorcycles and they will replace the battery pack, free of charge. READ MORE

Homedics Recalls over 46,000 Massagers

These massagers can potentially overheat, posing both fire and burn hazards. If you own this massager brand, you should stop using it immediately and contact Homedics customer service for instructions on how to receive a free refund. READ MORE

Daikin Comfort Technologies Recall 3,600 Evaporator Coil Drain Pans

The molded plastic drain pan located at the bottom of the evaporator coil can overheat, melt and deform, potentially posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these units, it’s highly recommended that you contact Daikin Comfort Technologies Manufacturing to determine whether your unit is included in this recall and to schedule a free repair by a qualified technician. READ MORE

12/30/2023 – 1/05/2024

Homedics Recalls over 46,000 Massagers

These massagers can potentially overheat, posing both fire and burn hazards. If you own this massager brand, you should stop using it immediately and contact Homedics customer service for instructions on how to receive a free refund. READ MORE

BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) Recalls certain 2024 BMW 430i Convertible Vehicles

The cylinder head cover of these vehicles could potentially develop cracks, which could result in an oil leak into the engine compartment. This could pose a fire hazard. If you own of these vehicles, contact a local dealer or BMW customer service. READ MORE

REV Ambulance Group Orlando, Inc. (REV) Recalls certain 2020-2024 Type I, III, and IX Vehicles

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure in these vehicles, the firmware could potentially fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. This could potentially pose a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you contact a local dealer to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Daimler Vans USA, LLC Recalls certain 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Vehicles

The connection between the propeller shaft bearing and crossmember may loosen, reducing vehicle control. This could cause a crash, and in the process damage the fuel tank.  If the fuel tank is damaged, this could increase the risk of a fire. If you own of these vehicles, it’s recommended that you contact a local dealer for a free repair. READ MORE

Kia America, Inc. Recalls certain 79,812 2011 Sorento Vehicles

A fire could potentially start in the engine compartment while driving, increasing the risk of an injury. Contact a local dealer to schedule an appointment for a free repair, if necessary. READ MORE

Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC Recalls certain 2023 GLC300, 2024 GLE350, and GLE450 Vehicles Equipped with an M254 Engine

The incorrect screws, installed on the high-pressure fuel pump, may prevent a proper seal from forming between the high-pressure fuel pump and the tandem oil pump. This could allow fuel and oil to leak onto the road, creating a hazard for other road users and increasing the risk of a crash. This can also pose a fire hazard. Contact a local dealer and schedule an appointment for a repair of the high-pressure fuel pump, free of charge. READ MORE

Hyundai Motor America (Hyundai) Recalls 10,984 2024 Kona Vehicles

The 12-volt battery cables may chafe against the engine control module bracket and short circuit during a crash. A short circuit can pose a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s recommended that you contact a local dealer who will install sheathing over the wiring, free of charge. READ MORE

12/23/2023 – 12/29/2023

Ineos Automotive Americas, LLC Recalls certain 2024 Grenadier Vehicles

These specific vehicles being recalled are equipped with the auxiliary switch package relay. The relay control wire may have been trapped under the relay power cable connection fastener during assembly, which can potentially damage the relay control wire insulation and result in a shortage. This could potentially pose a fire hazard.  If you own one of these vehicles, it’s recommended that you call a local dealer and schedule an appointment. The dealer will inspect and secure the wiring, and repair or replace any damaged wiring, free of charge. READ MORE

Porsche Cars North America, Inc. Recalls 41,345 Various Porsche Models and Years

When using the industrial 220V/240V plug at the 100% charge setting, some home power outlets may be incapable of handling the electrical current required to utilize the compact charging system. This could potentially cause the outlet or charging cable to overheat, which could pose a fire hazard. If you own a Porsche that uses a 220V/240V compact/portable charging cable, only use the 110V home charging cable or public charging stations. It’s also recommended that you contact a local dealer in your area and schedule an appointment to replace your charging cable, that includes a temperature sensor, free of charge. The recall number is APB6. READ MORE

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. Recalls 93,196 Audi Vehicles

When using the industrial 220V/240V plug at the 100% charge setting, some home power outlets may be incapable of handling the electrical current required to utilize the compact charging system. This can potentially cause the outlet or charging cable to overheat, posing a fire hazard. If you own an Audi that uses the 220V/240V compact/portable charging cable, only use the 110V home charging cable or public charging stations. It’s also recommended that you contact a local dealer in your area and schedule an appointment to replace your charging cable, that includes a temperature sensor, free of charge. Audi’s recall numbers for this are 93U6 and 93U8. READ MORE

BlendJet Recalls 4.8 Million BlendJet 2 Portable Blenders

These recalled blenders can overheat or catch fire and the blender blades can break off, posing both fire and laceration hazards. If you own one of these BlendJet blenders, you should stop using it immediately and contact BlendJet customer service for a free replacement of the BlendJet 2 base unit. In order to receive your free replacement, you’ll need to remove and cut the rubber seal from the base of their recalled blender to three or more pieces and upload or email a photo showing the serial number on the bottom of the unit and its rubber seal in pieces to BlendJet. READ MORE

12/16/2023 – 12/22/2023

Kovatch Mobile Equipment Corp. Recalls certain 2020 Severe Service Aerial Fire Apparatus Trucks

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure to the truck, the firmware in its multiplex system may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. This could potentially pose a fire hazard. This vehicle should be taken to a local dealer as soon as possible to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Ferrara Fire Apparatus, Inc. Recalls certain 2018-2020 Inferno Aerial Fire Apparatus Trucks

In the event of a short circuit or wiring failure, the firmware in the vehicle multiplex system may fail to shut off the output pin, resulting in overloaded electrical circuits. This could potentially pose a fire hazard. This vehicle should be taken to a local dealer as soon as possible to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Klein Tools Recalls 3,800 Blackfire Klein Tools Power Stations

The top and bottom of the internal inverter boards of the power stations can overheat, posing both a fire and burn hazard. If you own one, it’s highly recommended that you stop using it immediately and return the recalled power station to their original place of purchase. READ MORE

DGL Group Recalls 25,000 Hover-1 Helix Hoverboards

The recalled hoverboard’s lithium-ion battery could potentially overheat, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these hoverboard’s, you should stop using it immediately and contact Hover-1 for instructions on how to receive a free replacement hoverboard. READ MORE

12/9/2023 – 12/15/2023

Spartan Fire, LLC Recalls certain 2020-2022 Spartan Fire Vehicles

The Spartan Fire S-180 Pumper Fire Apparatus, 2021 KME Pumper Fire Apparatus, 2020 Spartan Fire Ladder Tower Aerial Fire Apparatus, 2020-2022 KME Aerial Fire Apparatus, and 2022-2023 Smeal Aerial Fire Apparatus trucks are all being recalled. The overloaded electrical circuit can overheat, increasing the risk of a fire. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s recommended that you contact Spartan Customer Service. Spartan Fire will work with the equipment manufacturer to update the firmware, free of charge. READ MORE

Gillig, LLC Recalls over 3,626 2021-2023 Low Floor Vehicles

The rearview mirror electric adjustment system may have been manufactured with an incorrect fuse. Therefore, the fuse could overheat, increasing the risk of a fire. It’s highly recommended that you contact Gillig Customer Service and schedule a free repair as soon as possible. READ MORE

Tiffin Motorhomes, Inc. Recalls certain 2024 Allegro Open Road and Allegro Bay Motorhomes

The 32-inch hard line LPG hose fitting may not fit properly, which can cause a fuel leak, increasing the risk of a fire. If you own one of these motorhomes, it’s recommended that you contact Tiffin customer service or a local dealer and schedule a free hose repair. READ MORE

Bunkhouse and Lotsa LITES! Recall 34,600 Mini String Lights

The bulbs can overheat when the string lights are plugged directly into an outlet, potentially posing a fire and burn hazard. If you own these mini string lights, you should stop using them immediately and unplug them. You should then contact DM Merchandising for a full refund. READ MORE

Segway Powersports Recalls 1,100 2022 Fugleman UT10E and UT10X Utility-Terrain Vehicles

The vehicle’s ignition coil can fail to ignite one of the engine cylinders, allowing un-combusted fuel to enter the exhaust pipe, which could possibly ignite, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these Vehicles, you should stop using it immediately and bring it to an authorized Segway Powersports dealer for a free repair. READ MORE

Vornado Expands Recall to Include Additional 1.75 Million Steam Fast Travel Steam Irons

The power cord can become damaged near the cord bushing, which could lead to overheating of the cord, posing both a fire and burn hazard. If you own one of these travel steam irons, you should stop using it immediately and visit the Steam Fast or Vornado website to register for the recall. From there, you should receive a refund or a free replacement iron. READ MORE

Traeger Pellet Grills Recalls 37,000 Flat Top Propane Grills

The burner control knob can be incorrectly labeled, which could result in the grill being unintentionally left on, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these propane grills, it’s recommended that you stop using it immediately and contact Traeger for inspection instructions. If the burner control knobs are incorrectly labeled, you should receive a free repair kit. READ MORE

12/2/2023 – 12/8/2023

Chrysler Recalls certain 2021-2023 Jeep Wrangler Plug-In Hybrid Electric (PHEV) Vehicles

The high-voltage battery could fail internally and lead to a vehicle fire while parked or while the vehicle is in motion. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s recommended that you don’t recharge your vehicle and park outside and away from structures. You should also call a local dealer and schedule a free repair as soon as possible. The recall number is 89A. READ MORE

Grand Design RV, LLC Recalls certain 2024 Reflection Travel Trailers

The electrical plug blade openings may be reversed on one of the two receptacle outlet faces, which can cause a fire to the outlet. Contact a local dealer and make an appointment for a free repair to replace the incorrect receptacles. The recall number is 910041. READ MORE

McLaren Automotive Inc. Recalls certain 2023-2024 Artura Vehicles

A pipe within the vehicle’s low-pressure fuel pipe assembly could detach, which could result in a possible fuel leak. Contact a local dealer to make an appointment to replace the low-pressure fuel pipe assembly, free of charge. You may also contact McLaren customer service at 855-202-8815. READ MORE

11/25/2023 – 12/1/2023

Berkshire Blanket & Home Company Recalls 29,840 Heated Throws and Blankets

These electric blankets and throws can potentially overheat, posing a serious fire and burn hazard. If you own one, you should stop using it immediately and contact Berkshire Blanket & Home Co. for a full refund. To receive your refund, you must complete an online recall registration form, submit a photo of the blanket showing where you cut the cord, and submit a photo of the wash label after writing “Refund” and an assigned 5-digit refund code on the wash label to receive the full refund. READ MORE

Lonestar Specialty Vehicles Recalls Various 2021-2023 SV Hybrid Electric S22 Terminal Tractors

The Vehicle Control Unit (VCU may disable the Battery Management System (BMS) isolation measurement feature, which would prevent the detection of a high voltage malfunction. This can potentially pose a fire hazard. Lonestar Specialty Vehicles has released an over-the-air (OTA) VCU software update free of charge. The company is also planning to send out notification letters of this recall. However, if you don’t receive one, it’s highly recommended that you call Lonestar Customer Service at 1-903-306-0801. READ MORE

Forest River, Inc. is Recalling Certain 2024 Coachmen Adrenaline, Apex, Freedom Express, Remote, Spirit, and Forest River Work and Play Travel Trailer

The electrical plug blade openings (the narrow hot blade and wider neutral blade) may be reversed on one of the two receptacle outlet faces, which can potentially cause an outlet failure. It’s recommended that you call a Forest River Travel Trailer dealer in your area and schedule a free repair. Owner notification letters were mailed at the end of November. If you don’t have a local dealer in your area, you may contact Forest River Customer Service. Forest River’s number for this recall is 51-1703. READ MORE

11/18/2023 – 11/24/2023

Lenovo Recalls 2,850 USB-C Laptop Power Banks

The power bank’s internal screws can come loose, potentially causing a short circuit, and overheating of the lithium-ion battery, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these power banks, you should stop using it immediately and contact Lenovo customer service for a free replacement. Don’t put lithium-ion batteries in the trash or battery recycling boxes that can be found at various home improvement and retail stores. If crushed or damaged, they can cause a fire or a possible explosion when thrown into the trash. READ MORE

Chrysler (FCA US, LLC) Recalls various 2023 Chrysler Pacifica Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles

An electrical short can occur within this vehicle due to an incorrectly installed 12-volt battery isolator post, which could potentially result in a fire while parked or driving. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you park outside and away from structures until a repair can be made. Call a local dealer or Chrysler customer service to schedule that repair. READ MORE

Triple E Recreational Vehicles (Triple E) Recalls various 2023-2024 Triple E Wonder W24RTB, W24RL, and W24FTB Motorhomes

The wire installation on the 120-volt wire routed to the air conditioner can become damaged, potentially causing electrical arcing, which could pose a fire hazard. It’s recommended that you call a local dealer and schedule a free repair. You may also contact Triple E customer service and give them the recall number CA#10438-1. READ MORE

11/11/2023 – 11/17/2023

Forest River, Inc. Recalls certain 2023-2024 Sandstorm, Stealth, and 2024 Shockwave Travel Trailers

These particular travel trailers have an incorrect gauge wire that can melt. The wire routed from the 50 AMP inlet to the transfer switch in the distribution panel can potentially cause a fire due to the improper wiring. If you own one of these trailers, it’s recommended that you call a dealer nearest you for a free repair which would consist of replacing the incorrect 10-gauge wire with a 6-gauge wire. You may also contact Forest River Customer Service. The recall number is 67-1700. READ MORE

11/04/2023 – 11/10/2023

Magnolia Market Recalls 3-Wick Glass Candles

These specific candles were manufactured with the incorrect wax, which could cause excessive flames and the glass candle containers to break. This could potentially cause both a laceration and fire hazard. If you have one of these candles, it’s recommended that you call Magnolia Market customer service for a full refund. READ MORE

Polaris Recalls over 1,000 Off-Road Vehicles

An improperly installed center brake line can cause the rear brake circuit to remain pressurized during operation. This could result in overheated brakes and reduced braking performance, potentially posing both a crash and fire hazard. If you own one of these off-road vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you stop using it immediately and contact an authorized Polaris dealer. Also, you can contact Polaris customer service. READ MORE

Toyota Recalls over 1.5 Million 2013-2018 RAV4 Vehicles

Certain replacement 12-volt batteries may not fit properly in the battery tray, allowing the battery to move, which can cause a short circuit in the battery. This could potentially start a fire in the engine compartment. If you own one of these vehicles, you’re urged to call an authorized Toyota dealer or Toyota customer service to schedule a free repair. The numbers for this recall are 23TB13 and 23TA13. READ MORE

Twin-Star International Recalls Infrared Quartz Electric Fireplaces sold exclusively at Lowe’s

This particular fireplace can overheat, posing a fire hazard. If you own one, you should stop using it immediately and contact Twin-Star’s customer service for a refund of the purchase price. READ MORE

DR Power Equipment Recalls 3,000 Tow-Behind Field and Brush Mowers

The mower’s exhaust pipe can break and cause damage to the unit due to excessive heat, especially in the presence of dry cuttings or spilled fuel. This could potentially cause both a burn and fire hazard. If you own one of these tow-behind mowers, it’s recommended that you contact DR Power Equipment for a prorated refund or a credit toward a new DR Power product. READ MORE

10/28/2023 – 11/03/2023

Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC (Jaguar) is Recalling 2019-2023 I-PACE Vehicles previously repaired under recall 23V-369

The repair of these vehicles may not have been completed correctly, still allowing the high-voltage battery to overheat. If you own one of these Jaguar vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you park and charge the vehicle outside and away from structures or wildlife until a repair can be done. It’s also advised that you continue parking the vehicle away from anything that could potentially ignite for another 30 days after the repair. Contact Jaguar customer service or a local dealer to schedule a repair. The recall number is H459. READ MORE

10/21/2023 – 10/27/2023

Ford Motor Company (Ford) Recalls Various 2021-2022 Mustang Mach-E Vehicles Equipped with an Extended Range Battery

The high voltage battery’s main contactors may overheat resulting in a loss of drive power, which can result in a crash. Overheating of the battery can also pose a potential fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you call a Ford Mustang dealer nearest you to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Kawasaki Motors USA Recalls FR730V Engines Used in Lawn and Garden Equipment

The fuel tube within the engine could have been damaged to improper workmanship. This could cause a fuel leak, posing a fire and burn hazard. If you own a Kawasaki Lawn Motor with this type of engine, you should stop using it immediately and contact Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp. for a free repair. READ MORE

10/14/2023 – 10/20/2023

Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC (MBUSA) is recalling certain 2022-2023 AMG SL55 and AMG SL63 vehicles

The electrical wiring harness for the starter and alternator may not be secured properly. This could result in a short circuit and a loss of drive power, potentially posing a fire hazard. If you have one of these vehicles, it’s recommended that you call the nearest Mercedes dealer for a free repair. READ MORE

10/7/2023 – 10/13/2023

Hyundai Motor America (Hyundai) Recalls over 1.6 Million Vehicles

Hyundai is recalling the 2011-2015 Elantra, Genesis Coupe, Sonata Hybrid, 2012-2015 Accent, Azera, Veloster, 2013-2015 Elantra Coupe, Santa Fe, 2014-2015 Equus, 2010-2012 Veracruz, 2010-2013 Tucson, 2015 Tucson Fuel Cell, and 2013 Santa Fe Sport vehicles.

The Ant-Lock Brake System (ABS) in the vehicle may leak brake fluid internally and potentially cause an electrical short. This could result in a fire in the engine compartment while the vehicle may be parked or in motion. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you park it outside and away from structures and wildlife until the recall repair is complete. You may also call Hyundai Motor America’s Customer Service. READ MORE

Kia America, Inc. (Kia) Recalls over 1.7 Million Vehicles

Kia is recalling the 2010-2019 Borrego, 2014-2016 Cadenza, 2010-2013 Forte, Forte Koup, Sportage, 2015-2018 K900, 2011-2015 Optima, 2011-2013 Optima Hybrid, Soul, 2012-2017 Rio, 2011-2014 Sorento, and 2010-2011 Rondo vehicles.

The hydraulic Electronic Control Unit (HECU) could potentially experience an electrical shortage, which may result in an engine compartment fire while the vehicle is parked or in motion. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s strongly recommended that you park away from structures or wildlife until the recall repair can be completed. You may also call Kia America’s Customer Service. READ MORE

Porsche is Recalling over 230 2022-2023 Taycan Electric Vehicles

The vehicle is suspected to have insufficient sealing between the high-voltage battery casing and battery cover. If a sufficient amount of moisture enters the battery, arcing can occur, which greatly increases the risk of a fire. If you own this vehicle, it’s highly recommended that you call Porsche customer service immediately to see if there’s a recall on your vehicle. READ MORE

9/30/2023 – 10/6/2023

Hyundai Motor American (Hyundai) Recalls over 1.6 Million Vehicles

Hyundai is recalling the 2011-2015 Elantra, Genesis Coupe, Sonata Hybrid, 2012-2015 Accent, Azera, Veloster, 2013-2015 Elantra Coupe, Santa Fe, 2014-2015 Equus, 2010-2012 Veracruz, 2010-2013 Tucson, 2015 Tucson Fuel Cell, and 2013 Santa Fe Sport vehicles.

The Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) module can leak brake fluid internally, potentially causing an electrical short, which can result in an engine compartment fire while the vehicle is being operated or parked. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you park it outside and away from structures or wooded areas and call Hyundai Customer Service for a free repair. READ MORE

Kia America, Inc. (Kia) Recalls over 1.7 Million Vehicles

Kia is recalling the 2010-2019 Borrego, 2014-2016 Cadenza, 2010-2013 Forte, Forte Koup, Sportage, 2015-2018 K900, 2011-2015 Optima, 2011-2013 Optima Hybrid, Soul, 2012-2017 Rio, 2011-2014 Sorento, and 2010-2011 Rondo vehicles.

The Hydraulic Electronic Control Unit (HECU) could potentially experience an electrical short, which could result in an engine compartment fire while the vehicle is being operated or parked. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you park it outside and way from structures or wooded areas and call Kia Customer Service for a free repair. READ MORE

Russound Recalls over 3,000 MCA-88 Multizone Controller Amplifiers

The components of the internal circuit board could potentially overheat, posing a fire hazard.

If you own one of these Amplifiers, it’s recommended that you stop using it immediately and contact Russound Customer Service for a free replacement unit to be installed at no cost by a professional. READ MORE

9/23/2023 – 9/29/2023

Secura Recalls 6,400 Air Fryers (680 of these units in Canada)

The wire connection in the air fryer can overheat, potentially posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these air fryers, it’s highly recommended that you unplug and stop using it immediately. It’s then advised that you contact Secura customer service for a free replacement. READ MORE

9/16/2023 – 9/22/2023

Chrysler (FCA US, LLC) Recalls Various 2023-2024 Alfa Romeo Tonale and 2023-2024 Dodge Hornet Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles

The 12-volt battery positive cable and/or high voltage connector cable may not tighten correctly. This can lead to overheating of the electrical connections and result in a possible fire while the vehicle is driving or in park. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you park the vehicle outside and away from structures or wildlife until the recall repair has been completed. Please contact the closest Chrysler dealer and schedule a free repair. You may also contact FCA US, LLC customer service. READ MORE

Kentucky Trailer Manufacturing (KTM) Recalls Various 2019-2023 (KTSV) XL-12 Trailers

These specific trailers are equipped with Transicold Supra 950, 950MT, and 960 refrigeration units. Hot components from the centrifugal clutch assembly may fall onto nearby flammable materials, such as leaves, or other debris laying around. This could potentially pose a fire hazard. If you own one of these trailers, you should contact KTM customer service and schedule a repair of the panels around the clutch for free. READ MORE

Forest River, Inc. Recalls Various 2024 Palomino Hardside and Softside Truck Campers

The charge line that’s connected to the lithium battery may overcharge, potentially posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these campers, it’s recommended that you contact Palomino Customer Service and schedule a free repair with a dealer nearest you. READ MORE

Generac Recalls 64,000 Portable Generators

The generator’s fuel tank can fail to vent from the rollover valve, which can cause the gas tank to build up excess pressure and expel fuel when opened. This could potentially pose fire and burn hazards. If you own one of these generators, you should stop using it immediately and contact Generac for a free repair kit. READ MORE

9/09/2023 – 9/15/2023

Nova Bus (US) Inc. (Nova) is recalling Certain 2017-2023 LFS and 2017-2022 LFS Artic Transit Buses

One of the electrical short circuits can overheat the fuse holder and potentially pose a fire hazard while the bus is in motion or in park. If you own or operate one of these vehicles, it’s advised that you contact Nova Customer Service and give them recall number CR5445. They may direct you to a distributor for repair. READ MORE

9/02/2023 – 9/08/2023

Whirlpool Recalls Various Stacked Commercial Clothes Dryers Sold Under the ADC Brand

The recalled dryers could overheat and ignite, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these dryers, it’s highly recommended that you stop using it immediately and contact Whirlpool’s customer service to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

ARGO Recalls Certain Xplorer All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)

These vehicles could potentially have an incorrectly installed check valve and vent hoses which can lead to fuel overflow, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, you should stop using it immediately and contact an authorized ARGO ATV dealer for a free inspection and repair of the vehicle’s fuel system. READ MORE

Engineered Controls International Recalls LP Gas Compact Regulators

The regulators could leak gas, posing a major fire hazard. It’s advised that you should stop using these Gas Compact Regulators immediately. Make sure to turn off the propane cylinder valve, and disconnect the regulator. Contact the RegO distributor or RegO customer service to receive a free replacement. READ MORE

8/26/2023 – 9/01/2023

Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) Recalls Certain Ski-Doo and Lynx Snowmobiles

The main fuel return hose can leak, which could pose a fire hazard. This could also result in property damage, bodily injuries, and even death. If you own one of these snowmobiles, you should immediately stop using it and call BRP customer service to schedule a free repair and inspection. READ MORE

Electrolux Group Recalls Thousands of Frigidaire Gas Cooktops

The plastic control knobs with a black shaft on the gas cooktop can crack or break during use, which can pose a risk of a gas leak, potentially posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these cooktops, it’s recommended that you check for plastic control knobs with a black shaft and contact Electrolux Group customer service for a free set of replacement knobs. If you have knobs with a chrome-colored shaft, you can continue to use these. READ MORE

8/19/2023 – 8/25/2023

Forest River, Inc. is recalling various 2024 Coachmen Beyond, Galleria, and Nova Motorhomes

These motorhomes are equipped with a certain 30-Amp SmartPlug Power Inlet. The Manganese bronze D-ring can crack or fail completely if it’s over-tightened. If this were to happen, it can cause electrical arcing and potentially start a fire. If you own one of these motorhomes, it’s highly recommended that you call Forest River’s customer service line and they will schedule an appointment to install a new smart plug, free of charge. READ MORE

Nicola Corporation is recalling various 2022-2023 Tre BEV Vehicles

The coolant in the engine compartment could potentially leak and accumulate inside of the battery pack, causing an electrical shortage and could greatly increase the risk of a fire. If you own one of these vehicles, you’re advised to park it outside away from structures or anything that it could potentially impact. Also, ensure that the Main Battery Disconnect (MBD) switch is always left in the “ON” position until it can be brought back to the dealership for a repair. For more information and to schedule an appointment for repair, contact Nikola’s customer service. READ MORE

Aiper Intelligent Co. Recalls Elite Pro Cordless Robotic Pool Vacuum Cleaners

If the charging cord is plugged into the device without the adapter or directly into the charging port on the machine, the battery could overheat and cause a short circuit, posing a burn and fire hazard. If you own one of these vacuums, you should stop using it immediately and contact Aiper customer service to receive a free replacement. READ MORE

8/12/2023 – 8/18/2023

13131 Imports Recalls Red Apple Fireworks Brand “American Glory” and “Merica AF” Fireworks

These fireworks can cause an explosion prematurely, which could pose a potential fire and burn hazard to consumers, as well as bystanders. If you have some of these fireworks, you should contact customer service for 13131 Imports for a full refund. READ MORE

Costco Wholesale Recalls over 350,000 Ubio Labs Power Bank Devices

The recalled power banks can overheat and possibly ignite, posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these Power Banks, you should immediately stop using it and contact Costco for a full refund. READ MORE

Gree Recalls 1.56 Million Dehumidifiers for Causing at Least 23 Fires

The dehumidifiers can overheat, cause smoke, and possibly pose a fire and burn hazards to consumers. If you own one of these dehumidifiers, you should unplug it and stop using it immediately, and contact Gee customer service for a full refund. READ MORE

8/5/2023-8/11/2023

Volvo Trucks North America Recalls various 2020-2024 VNR Electric Vehicles

The rivnut threaded inserts inside of the battery be over-tightened, which could cause them to break. This could result in an electrical short circuit, potentially starting a fire. If you own one of these Trucks, it’s recommended that you contact Volvo Trucks’ customer service and find a dealer in your area where you can go and have the battery replaced free of charge. READ MORE

Mack Truck, Inc. Recalls various 2022-2023 LR Battery Electric Trucks

The rivnut threaded inserts inside of the battery be over-tightened, which could cause them to break. This could result in an electrical short circuit, potentially starting a fire. If you own one of these Trucks, it’s recommended that you contact Mack’s customer service and find a dealer in your area where you can go and have the battery replaced free of charge. READ MORE

Airstream, Inc. Recalls various 2023-2024 Bambi, Basecamp, Caravel, Flying Cloud, Globetrotter, International, and Interstate Travel Trailers

The SmartPlug 30 Amp inlet manufactured with bronze D-rings may crack or fail when tightened. This can cause electrical arcing and increase the risk of a fire. If you own one of these Travel Trailers, it’s recommended that you call Airstream customer service and find a dealer in your area where you can go and have the SmartPlug 30 Amp inlet replaced free of charge. READ MORE

Hyundai Motor America Recalls various 2023-2024 Palisade, Tuscon, Sonata, Elantra, and Kona Vehicles

An electric component for the Idle Stop and Go oil pump assembly may contain damaged electrical components in the Power Train. This can cause the pump to overheat, potentially posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended that you park it outside, away from other structures and vehicles, and call Hyundai customer service for a recall repair. READ MORE

Kia America, Inc. Recalls various 2023 Soul, Sportage, and Seltos Vehicles

An electric component for the Idle Stop and Go oil pump assembly may contain damaged electrical components in the Power Train. This can cause the pump to overheat, potentially posing a fire hazard. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s recommended that you park it outside, away from other structures and vehicles, and call Kia customer service for a recall repair. READ MORE

Kia America, Inc. Recalls various 2017-2022 Niro and 2018-2022 Niro Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles

The car fluid may leak into the printed circuit board inside of the hydraulic clutch actuator, which could potentially cause a fire in the engine compartment. If you own one of these vehicles, it’s highly recommended to call Kia customer service and make an appointment to have a free vehicle inspection. READ MORE

Polaris Recalls various RZR XP Turbo and Turbo S Recreational Off-Road Vehicles

The vehicle’s clutch can break, causing fragments to be ejected from the vehicle, which could pose a potential fire hazard. If you have one of these off-road vehicles, you should immediately stop using it and contact Polaris or an authorized Polaris dealer to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

Polaris Recalls various Bobcat and Gravely Off-Road Utility Vehicles

A leak can occur at the fuel pump’s outlet connector, which could potentially pose a fire hazard. If you have one of these off-road vehicles, you should stop using it immediately and contact Polaris or an authorized Polaris dealer to schedule a free repair. READ MORE

7/29/2023-8/4/2023

True Fitness Recalls Showrunner II Consoles Sold with Fitness Equipment

An exposed piece on the wireless charging board of the treadmill has the potential to come in contact with other internal wiring within the console. This poses a potential fire hazard. People or facilities that carry this treadmill should immediately turn it off and unplug it from the wall. It’s recommended that you also contact True Fitness for a replacement console. READ MORE

Forest River, Inc. Recalls certain 2023 Impression Motorhome Fifth-wheel Vehicles due to Griddle

The exterior griddle may be stowed away while connected to the gas line, which could potentially start a fire. If you have one of these stowed griddles, you’re advised to call Forest River customer service. READ MORE

Honda Recalls Portable Generators due to an Improperly Sealed Fuel Filler Cap

The seal can cause a fuel vapor leak, which can potentially cause a fire hazard. If you own one of these generators, you should immediately stop using it and contact an authorized Honda Power Equipment dealer in your area to schedule an appointment for a free repair. READ MORE

Daikin Comfort Technologies Recalls Amana Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps

The DigiAir module compressor can be a potential fire and burn hazard due to overheating in the module compressor. If you own one, you should stop using it immediately and contact Daikin Comfort Technologies Manufacturing for guidance on how to disable the air compressor. READ MORE

Crate & Barrel Recalls Avena Mini Table Lamp due to Electrical Cord Connection

The woven lamp’s loose electrical cord can potentially pose a fire hazard. If you own this lamp, it’s recommended that you turn it off and unplug it from the wall. Contact Crate & Barrel customer service for instructions on how to receive a refund. READ MORE

7/22/2023-7/28/2023

McLaren Automotive Incorporated Recalls certain 2019-2020 600LT Coupe and Spider Automobiles

The joint part between the temperature sensor housing and the hose from the outboard radiator may not be properly sealed, this can result in the leaking of coolant into the engine compartment. This can ultimately pose a fire hazard. If you have one of these vehicles, you should call McLaren customer service for more information. READ MORE

Jayco Inc. Recalls certain 2020-2021 Entegra Launch, Qwest, Jayco Melbourne, and Melbourne Prestige Motorhomes

The heating, ventilation system, and air conditioning (HVAC) blower motor circuit may be inadequate. This could potentially cause the wiring harness to overheat and cause a fire to the motorhome. If you don’t receive a notification letter in the mail regarding this recall, it’s recommended that you contact Jayco customer support. READ MORE

GAF Energy Recalls select Timberline Solar Energy Shingles due to malfunctioning Electrical Components

GAF Energy has recently begun remotely shutting off impacted systems until remediation is complete and customers are compensated for monetary losses due to the loss of solar energy that had been generated during this time. This product could also potentially pose a fire hazard. If you own this product and haven’t been contacted by GAF Energy, it’s imperative that you call their customer support. READ MORE

7/15/2023-7/21/2023

No major fire recalls this week.

7/8/2023-7/14/2023

Frigidaire Gas Laundry Centers Unit Recalled Due to Potential Fire Hazard

Electrolux Group is recalling Frigidaire Gas Laundry Centers Unit. The felt seal on the dryer drum can be folded inward, causing lint accumulation, which could pose a potential fire hazard. If you’ve purchased one of these Laundry Units, you should stop using it immediately and contact Electrolux Group.  READ MORE

7/1/2023-7/7/2023

VRURC Portable Chargers Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

VRURC is recalling their Portable Chargers due a possible fire hazard. This portable charger is sold exclusively on Amazon. If you have this portable charger, contact VRURC for a free replacement.  READ MORE

Ford Motor Company Recalls Certain 2019-2020 Fusion PHEV Vehicles

Ford is recalling various 2019-2020 Fusion PHEV vehicles. A component to the battery’s energy control module (BECM) may become damaged due to an excessive amount of voltage and current flow. This excessive flow of electricity can possibly pose a fire hazard. READ MORE

ST Engineering Hackney, Inc. Recalls Certain 2011-2017 Kidron Refrigerated Truck Bodies

ST Engineering Hackney, Inc. is recalling certain 2011-2017 Kidron refrigerated truck bodies that are supplied with Carrier Transicold refrigeration units. The centrifugal clutch is at risk of overheating when in certain weather conditions, which can ultimately pose a fire hazard. READ MORE

6/24/2023-6/30/2023

Victrola Recalls Bluetooth Record Player
The Bluetooth Record Players are being recalled due to overheating, which could potentially cause a fire hazard. If you have one of these record players, make sure to unplug the device immediately and contact Victrola to receive a replacement. READ MORE

Bose Recalls Acoustimass, Lifestyle, and Companion Bass Speaker Modules
The Bass Module Speakers electrical panel can collapse which could result in a potential fire. READ MORE

6/17/2023-6/23/2023

Boost The Mood Ceramic Mugs Recalled by Michael Giordano International
The ceramic mugs were mislabeled as microwave safe. Therefore, if they are microwaved, the metallic print on the mug could spark, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

Research Products Recalls Steam Humidifiers
The steam humidifiers being recalled contain a specific type of electrode wire with a “D” shaped connector. This could loosen and cause arcing and/or overheating, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

Infanttech Recalls Zooby Video Baby Monitors for Cars
The baby monitor’s battery could malfunction, overheat, and burst, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

Imagine Fiberglass Products Inc. Recalls 2021-2023 L’Air Trillium Heritage 1300/4500, and Lion 1300/4500 Travel Trailers
For these trailers that have SDS2 2-Burner Drop-in Cooktops with part number 3032AST, the internal aluminum burner tubes that connect to the gas valves could fracture. This could cause a gas leak, which in the presence of an ignition source, poses a fire hazard. READ MORE

PACCAR Recalls 2022-2023 Peterbilt 579 Vehicles 
For these vehicles equipped with MX-13 engines and 160-amp alternators, a fastener on the front spring bracket might have been installed with the head on the outside of the frame rail. This could chafe and damage the alternator positive cable, possibly starting a fire. READ MORE

 

6/10/2023-6/16/2023

Ford Recalls 2020-2023 Escape, 2022-2023 Maverick, and 2021-2023 Corsair Vehicles
For these models that have a 2.5L HEV or PHEV engine, if the engine were to fail, engine oil and fuel vapor could be released into the engine compartment. If they accumulate near ignition sources like hot engine or exhaust components,  an engine compartment fire could occur. READ MORE

Triple E RVs Recalls Multiple Motorhome Models
The two-stage regulator may be improperly crimped, which can cause a gas leak, posing a fire hazard. The motorhomes included in this recall are certain 2023 Unity U24MB, U24cB, U24FX, U24MBL, U24RL, U24TB, and Wonder W24FTB, W24MBL, W24RL, W24RTB motorhomes. READ MORE

Navistar Recalls 2016 International DuraStar, 2018-2020 & 2023-2024 International 1300FBC Stripped Chassis, 2019-2022 IC Bus CE Commercial Bus, 2019-2024 IC Bus TC Commercial Bus, & 2019-2024 International MV Vehicles.
The brake pressure switch assembly could leak brake fluid into the brake pressure switch’s electrical components. This could create an electrical short-circuit in the brake pressure switch, possibly overheating the circuit and creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

Triple E Recalls 2023 Unity U24MBL and Wonder W24MBL Motorhomes
These motorhomes have an additional recall. The cable that connects the air conditioning to the junction box might have been cut during installation, exposing the wire to the metal junction box. Exposed wire can cause a spark, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

6/3/2023-6/9/2023

Textron Specialized Vehicles Recalls Arctic Cat 8000 Snowmobiles
The fuel rail dampener snap ring could become loose, creating a fuel leak, and increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

Ashley Furniture Recalls Party Time Power Loveseats, Sofas, & Recliners
The cupholder with LED lighting on the loveseats, sofas, and recliners could possibly overheat, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

John Deere Recalls XUV590 Gator Utility Vehicles
Fuel could leak from under the fuel cap, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

 

5/27/2023-6/2/2023

Ford Recalls 2015-2019 Lincoln MKC Vehicles
While parked or driving, the battery monitor sensor could short-circuit and overheat, leading to an engine compartment fire. READ MORE

Jaguar Recalls 2019-2024 I-Pace Vehicles
The high-voltage battery could possibly overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Altec Industries Recalls 2021-2023 Aerial Devices, Digger Derricks, Service Bodies & Cranes
While parked or driving, water could leak into the strobe lights and cause an electrical short-circuit, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

Forest River Recalls 2023 Salem & Wildwood Travel Trailers
The brass fitting connected to the furnace pipe could have possibly been manufactured without thread sealant. Without thread sealant, a propane gas leak could occur, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

5/20/2023-5/26/2023

Dennis Eagle Recalls 2020-2023 ProView Vehicles
The heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) electrical circuit may overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

BMW Recalls 2008-2014 MINI Clubman Cooper, Clubman Cooper S, and Clubman John Cooper Works & 2007-2013 MINI Hardtop 2-Door Cooper, Cooper S, and John Cooper Works Vehicles
The electronic control module in the driver’s side footwell area could short-circuit due to corrosion from water and road salt, increasing the risk of a fire. *This recall applies to these vehicles sold or ever registered in AK, CO, CT, DE, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MO, NE, NH, NJ, NY, ND, OH, PA, RI, SD, UT, VT, VA, WV, D.C., and WI. READ MORE

Chrysler Recalls 2014-2016 Jeep Cherokee Vehicles With a Power Liftgate
An electrical short in the power liftgate module could lead to a vehicle fire with the ignition on or off. READ MORE

Jayco Recalls 2022 Esteem, Odyssey, Redhawk, and Greyhawk Motorhomes Built on Ford Chassis
The paint along the weld seam of the fuel tank could peel, leading to corrosion of the exposed metal. This can cause a fuel leak, and when in the presence of an ignition source, poses a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

5/13/2023-5/19/2023

Polaris Recalls RZR Pro XP and Turbo R Recreational Off-Road Vehicles
A fuel leak could occur at the fuel pump assembly joint on the fuel tank when in close proximity to a hot surface, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

BMW Recalls Certain 2023 X7 M60i and XM Vehicles
The fasteners that connect the exhaust system and the catalytic converter may not have been tightened correctly, resulting in a loose connection and posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Ferrari Recalls Certain 2022-2023 Ferrari 296 Vehicles
The fuel tank connecting pipe could corrode from unintended contact between the fuel tank connecting pipe and the high-voltage battery protection cover. This could result in a fuel leak, and when in the presence of an ignition source, creates a fire hazard. READ MORE

Outback Recalls Some Vehicles and Horse Trailers Equipped with Certain SDS2 2-Burner Drop-in Cooktops
Vehicles included in this recall include horse trailers and a van. The horse trailers involved include the 2020-2022 4 Star; the 2022 CM, Featherlite, and Dodge RAM RCA; and the 2020-2023 Cimarron, Double D, Elite, and Platinum horse trailers. The van involved are 2021-2022 Mercedes Sprinter Vans. In these vehicles, equipped with these cooktops, the internal aluminum burner tubes that connect to the gas valves may fracture and cause a gas leak. If this occurs in the presence of an ignition source, a fire hazard is created. READ MORE

 

5/5/2023-5/12/2023

Bombardier Recreational Products expands recall of snowmobiles.
The fuel injector hose retainer screw can loosen and cause a fuel leak, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC (MBUSA) is recalling certain 2023 EQE 350, S580e, 2022-2023 EQS 450, EQS 580, 2022 AMG EQS 53, and EQS 450+ vehicles.
The high-voltage battery monitoring system software may not alert the driver of a battery malfunction. READ MORE

Tiffin Motorhomes, Inc. (Tiffin) is recalling certain 2020-2023 Breeze motorhomes.
The condensation pan under the refrigerator may overflow and leak into the Molex electrical connections on the floor. READ MORE

Winnebago Industries, Inc. (Winnebago) is recalling certain 2020-2023 Travato, 2021-2023 Solis, and 2022-2023 Ekko motorhomes, equipped with certain Cummins Onan QG 2800i, and Onan QG 2800i EVAP generator sets.
The fuel hose between the fuel filter and Injection Pump Module (IPM) may not be properly secured, which can cause a gas leak. READ MORE

 

4/29/2023-5/4/2023

Polaris Recalls Their 2022-2023 MATRYX RMK KHAOS and PRO Snowmobiles
If the rider engages the throttle and brake (including the parking brake) simultaneously on these recalled snowmobiles, the brake system can overheat in the caliper/pad/brake rotor area, increasing the risk of  a fire. READ MORE

Berkshire Innovations Recalls Sahara Folding Food Dehydrators
The heater fan could fail, causing the components to overheat, and increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

Airstream, Thor Motor Coach, & Forest River Recall Multiple Motorhomes Equipped With Certain Generator Sets
Airstream is recalling motorhomes with certain EVAP generator sets, Thor Motor Coach is recalling motorhomes with Cummins Onan QG 2800i generator sets, and Forest River is recalling motorhomes with Cummins Onan QG 2800i, and Onan QG 2800i EVAP generator sets. For all of these motorhomes, the fuel hose between the inline fuel filter and the Injection Pump Module (IPM) could have inadequate clamp force, which may result in a gasoline leak, posing a fire hazard. To find out which models are affected for each manufacturers, visit the following links. AirstreamThor Motor CoachForest River

Mack Trucks, Volvo Trucks, & Nova Bus Recall Multiple Electric Vehicles
Mack Trucks is recalling certain 2023 LR Battery Electric vehicles, Volvo Trucks is recalling certain 2020-2024 VNR Electric vehicles, and Nova Bus is recalling certain  2022-2023 LFS battery electric transit buses. All are being recalled in that the coolant line in the high voltage battery pack might not be fully seated and locked. This could result in the loss of coolant and an electrical short circuit, posing a fire hazard. Read more about each at these links. MackVolvoNova

Navistar Recalls 2017-2023 International CV Trucks
The brake pressure switch assembly could leak brake fluid into the brake pressure switch’s electrical components and cause an electrical short-circuit. This short-circuit would cause the circuit to overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Shred-Tech Corp. Recalls 2021-2023 MDS-4-33 Shredding Trucks
Shredded paper might accumulate in the space between the cutting knives and the bulkhead wall, which could compress and overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

4/22/2023-4/28/2023

General Motors Recalls Certain 2019-2023 Chevrolet 4500HD, 5500HD, and 6500HD Medium-Duty Trucks
The brake pressure sensor assembly could leak brake fluid into the brake pressure switch. This would cause an electrical short in the break pressure switch which could overheat the circuit, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Vornado Recalls Steamfast and Brookstone Travel Steam Irons
The power cord can become damaged near the cord bushing. This can lead to overheating of the cord, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

 

4/15/2023-4/21/2023

Winnebago Recalls 2021-2023 Ekko Motorhomes
The 12-Volt charging system could have improperly routed wires and loose electrical connections. This could overload the electrical circuits and damage electrical components such as the auxiliary alternator, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

Prevost Recalls 2010-2023 H3-45, H3-45 VIP, X3-45, X3-45 Commuter, & X3-45 VIP Vehicles
If the alternator front bearing seizes, the alternator belt may continue to operate. This could cause the bearing to overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

GM Recalls 2003-2023 Chevrolet Express Cutaway Vehicles & GMC Savana Vehicles
In vehicles equipped with wiring for an optional rear HVAC system, when the HVAC blower motor circuit is left unused with exposed connectors and wiring, the circuit can corrode and overheat, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE 

Honda Recalls 2023 CMX300 (Rebel 300) Motorcycles
The right engine crank house cover was incorrectly painted, allowing the press-fit plug to fall out. Without this plug, oil can leak onto the exhaust pipe or rear tire, posing a fire hazard as well as an injury and crash hazard. READ MORE

Navistar Recalls 2016-2020 International DuraStar and WorkStar Vehicles, 2017-2018 International TranStar Vehicles, 2018 International ProStar Vehicles, 2018 IC Bus HC Commercial Buses, & 2020 International HV and MV Vehicles
The HVAC blower motor circuit may have an insufficient wiring terminal that can overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

4/8/2023-4/14/2023

Moen Recalls Flo Battery Back-Ups for Flo Smart Water Monitors
A The lithium-ion battery back-up could overheat, resulting in a fire hazard. READ MORE

Land Rover Recalls Their 2019-2021 Range Rover PHEV’s and 2019-2022 Range Rover Sport PHEV’s
The water pump pulley drive belt could become damaged or detached,  allowing the engine to overheat. As a result, the overheated engine could rupture the engine coolant elbow pipe. This would cause the coolant to leak onto the turbo charger heat shield in the engine compartment, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Volkswagen Recalls Their 2020 Q7 Vehicles
Incompatibility between the front camera control software and the front camera heating element on the windshield could result in overheating of the heating element, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Kia Recalls Their 2015-2019 Soul EV’s with an E400 Battery
An electrical short-circuit of the high-voltage battery back could occur while driving, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

4/1/2023-4/7/2023

Chrysler Recalls 2020-2022 Jeep Wrangler Vehicles
A stud on the frame assembly could puncture the fuel tank in a collision, resulting in a fuel leak and creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

Abbott Recalls FreeStyle Libre Family of Readers
If Freestyle Libre Readers  are not charged, stored, or used properly with the Abbott-provided yellow USB cable and power adapter, possible battery swelling and overheating can occur, posing a fire hazard. Click read more to find out which readers are affected. READ MORE

Bissell Expands Recall of Cordless Multi-Surface Wet Dry Vacuums
In January, Bissel recalled these vacuums due to a fire hazard from the possible overheating of the circuit board in the vacuum’s battery pack. The models included in the January recall were the 2551, 2551W and 25519. However, this recall is expanding to include two additional models, the 2551R and 25518. READ MORE

 

3/25/2023-3/31/2023

Hyundai Recalls 2019-2023 Santa Fe, 2021-2023 Santa Fe HEV, 2022-2023 Santa Fe Plug-in HEV & Santa Cruz Vehicles
Water accumulation on the tow hitch harness module printed circuit board could cause an electrical short, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Jetson Electric Bikes Recalls 42-Volt Rogue Self-Balancing Scooters/Hoverboards
The lithium-ion battery packs in the self-balancing scooters/hoverboards may overheat, creating a fire hazard. Two deaths related to this recall have been reported. READ MORE

Polaris Recalls RZR Recreational Off-Road Vehicles
The alternator could fail during operation, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

Higdon Outdoors Recalls Battery Packs on XS Series Motion Waterfowl Decoys & Replacement Battery Packs
The item’s lithium-ion battery packs or replacement battery packs could overheat while on charge or shortly after, resulting in both fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

Burnham Commercial Recalls Natural Gas Boilers
Delayed ignition and/or flame rollout could occur with the boilers, posing a fire or burn hazard. READ MORE

 

3/18/2023-3/24/2023

Kawasaki Motors USA Recalls Ferris and SCAG Riding Lawn Mower Engines
The high-pressure fuel line could be damaged by coming into contact with the fuel pump cover. This could cause a fuel leak which creates fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

 

3/11/2023-3/17/2023

STIHL Incorporated Recalls Docking Stations Sold with STIHL iMOW Robotic Lawn Mowers
The docking station’s printed circuit board can short circuit if exposed to moisture, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

Sunbeam Heated Blankets Distributed by Star Elite Recalled
The heated blankets can overheat, creating both fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

Polaris Recalls Sportsman All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)
A loss of the use of the front brakes and/or a possible fire can result from an improperly assembled wiring harness contacting the brake line and/or vehicle frame during use, posing fire and crash hazards.  READ MORE

 

3/4/2023-3/10/2023

Monoprice Recalls Pure Outdoor Cooking Systems
The insulation coating on the stove could ignite while being used, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

Vornado Air Recalls Portable SRTH Small Room Tower Heaters
The heaters have a miswiring due to a manufacturing error. This could cause the tower heater to overheat, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

Bedshe International Recalls Bedsure Electric Heating Blankets and Pads
The controllers for the electric heating blankets and pads could malfunction, creating fire and thermal burn hazards. READ MORE

Daimler Vans USA Recalls Certain 2019-2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter VS30 and Freightliner Sprinter VS30 Vehicles
The HVAC blower motor circuit may be inadequate, which can allow the wiring harness to overheat, posing a a fire hazard. READ MORE

Chrysler Recalls Certain 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler and 2020-2023 Jeep Gladiator Vehicles with Manual Transmissions
The clutch pressure plate may overheat and fracture, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Hyundai Recalls Certain 2012-2013 Veloster Vehicles
The high conductive liquid may leak into the Reverse Park Aid Sensor, which could result in an electrical short circuit, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

2/25/2023-3/3/2023

Relion Battery Recalls Insight Series Lithium Batteries
The batteries can overheat, creating a fire hazard and thermal burn hazard. READ MORE

Keystone RVs Recalls Certain 2021-2023 Carbon, Fuzion, Impact, and Raptor Travel Trailers
The fuel station controller may fail, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

New Flyer of America, Inc. Recalls Certain 2021-2022 XE35, 2021-2023 XE40, and 2021-2022 XE60 Electric Buses
Battery packs could accumulate liquid in the battery pack enclosure, leading to an electrical short, increasing the risk of a fire. READ MORE

 

2/18/2023-2/24/2023

Atekcity Recalls Two Million COSORI® Air Fryers Due to Fire and Burn Hazards
A wire connection in the air fryers could overheat, creating a fire hazard and burn hazard. READ MORE

Mainstays Three-Wick Candles Sold at Walmart Recalled Due to Fire and Laceration Hazards
The wicks may burn too close to the side of the container, which could cause the glass to break. This poses a fire hazard and laceration hazard. READ MORE

 

2/11/2023-2/17/2023

Paradise Grills Recalls Outdoor Kitchens Due to Fire and Burn Hazards
Liquid propane gas can accumulate inside the closed lid and cabinets. This can cause an explosion when the user relights the grill, creating fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

Chrysler is Recalling 2021-2023 Ram 2500, 3500, 4500, and 5500 Model Trucks Due to Fire Risk
An electrical short in the relay may cause an engine compartment fire with the ignition on or off, posing fire and injury hazards. READ MORE

Anker Innovations is Recalling Anker 535 Power Banks (PowerCore 20K) Model A1366
The power banks may overheat, posing a fire safety risk. READ MORE

 

2/4/2023 – 2/10/2023

Jaguar Land Rover is Recalling Certain 2023 Jaguar F-Pace Vehicles, and The 2023 Land Rover Defender, Discovery, Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, and Range Rover Velar.
All vehicles are being recalled for the same issue which is that the cam engine carrier may leak oil. An oil leak in the presence of an ignition source creates a fire hazard. READ MORE

Porsche is Recalling Their 2017-2021 Panameras and Bentley is Recalling Their 2020 Continental for The Same Issue as Well. The external coolant pump may short circuit. Humidity could enter the external coolant pump for the climate control system and cause an electrical short circuit, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

BRP is Recalling 2023 Can-Am Side-By-Side Vehicles
A possible defective fuel hose assembly could lead to a fuel leak, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Textron Specialized Vehicles is Recalling E-Z-GO Personal Transportation Vehicles
The possible overheating of the electronic board that powers the USB port could ignite adjacent components, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

1/28/2023-2/3/2023

Volvo Trucks Recalls Certain 2019-2023 VNRE Battery Electric Trucks Due to Fire Hazard
The cabin heater relay could fail which would cause the coolant heater to overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

1/21/2023-1/27/2023

**Lifetime Brands Recalls Hot Chocolate Pots Sold at Williams-Sonoma Due to Fire Hazard**
The pots are mislabeled as microwave safe. If microwaved, the metallic paint on the pots could spark, posing a major fire hazard. READ MORE

Vanessa Fire Tables (Imported by Ove Decors) Recalled Due to Fire Hazard
The gas hose could come in contact with the heat shield, melting the hose, and igniting the fire table. READ MORE

Taylor and Finch Six-Wick Scented Candles Recalled By Ross Stores For Fire and Injury Hazards
The product could combust while lit, breaking the glass container, and creating a fire hazard and injury hazard. READ MORE

 

1/14/2023-1/20/2023

Triple E Recreational Vehicles Recalls Their 2021-2023 Unity Models
The battery disconnect switch may short. this electrical short increases the risk of a fire. READ MORE

 

1/7/2023-1/13/2023

Bissell Recalls Cordless Multi-Surface Wet Dry Vacuums
The circuit board in the vacuum’s battery pack may overheat and smoke, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

Renegade Recalls the 2022 & 2023 Valencia RV’s
Improperly connected service valves on the LPG tanks can cause a propane leak, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

12/31/2022-1/6/2023

Polaris Recalls Sportsman and Scrambler 1000 S ATVs
Electrostatic discharge outside the fuel tank can ignite fuel spills while refueling the ATV, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

Volkswagen Recalls the 2023 ID.4 SUV

The 12-volt battery cable can short circuit, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

12/24/2022-12/30/2022

No major fire recalls this week.

 

12/17/2022-12/23/2022

General Motors Recalls the 2017-2023 Chevrolet Bolt EV
After a crash with seat belt pretensioner deployment, the pretensioner exhaust can ignite carpet fibers near the B-pillar and cause a fire. READ MORE

Samsung Recalls Top-Load Washing Machines
The washing machines can short-circuit and overheat, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

12/10/2022-12/16/2022

Subaru Recalls its 2019-2022 Ascent
Improperly fastened ground bolts leading to a melting ground terminal increases the risk of a fire. READ MORE

Advantage Sales & Marketing Recalls Good Matters Three-Wick Candles
The candles may burn at a higher temperature than usual which may cause the jars to break, posing a fire and laceration hazard. READ MORE

Gyroor Recalls their C3 E-Bikes
Their battery packs could ignite, posing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

 

12/3/2022-12/9/2022

3M Recalls Scotch Thermal Laminators
A safety feature on the laminator can malfunction, causing the device to overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Cordless Window Shades Battery Packs Recalled
Cordless window shades battery packs manufactured by Ningbo Dooya Mechanic & Electronic Technology Co. can overheat, creating a fire hazard. READ MORE

Ortal Recalls Gas Fireplaces
Incorrect installation of the fireplaces can lead to issues with heat release and/or ventilation, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

11/26/2022-12/2/2022

Ford Recalls its 2020-2023 Escape and 2021-2023 Bronco Sport
A possible cracked fuel injector could leak and cause a fire in the presence of an ignition source like a hot engine. READ MORE

Polaris Recalls its RZR Recreational Off-Road Vehicles
A possible fuel leak at the fuel pump assembly joint on the fuel tank poses a fire hazard when in close proximity to a hot surface. READ MORE

JBR Solutions Recalls Aduro Surge Protectors
The surge protectors contain incorrect polarization and inadequately soldered connections, creating both shock and fire hazards. READ MORE

eWheels Recalls its Gotway and Begode Unicycles
Their lithium-ion batteries could ignite, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

11/12/2022-11/18/2022

**Kia recalls its 2017 and 2018 Niro Hybrids again
After improper repairs of the main relay in a 2018 recall, problems with the connections between the contacts of the main relay in the power relay assembly can lead to overheating of the rear seats, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Hyundai recalls the 2018 Santa Fe Sport
A potential malfunction in the ABS module can lead to an electrical short, resulting in an engine compartment fire. READ MORE

Insulet recalls Omnipod DASH Insulin Management System’s Personal Diabetes Manager (PDM)
Potential battery swelling, leakage, and extreme overheating creates a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

11/5/2022-11/11/2022

BMW recalls 2023 X5 and X7
Improperly installed windshields may cause water to short circuit electrical components in the vehicle and cause a fire. READ MORE

 

10/29-11/4/22

Power Plus Recalls Tora Portable Power Charging Stations due to fire and explosion hazards.
The lithium-ion battery in the recalled portable power charging stations can catch on fire while charging, posing fire and explosion hazards. READ MORE

 

10/22-10/28/22

Kia America, Inc. (Kia) is recalling certain 2008-2009 Sportage vehicles due to engine compartment fire.
Kia America, Inc. (Kia) is recalling certain 2008-2009 Sportage vehicles previously recalled under recall 16V-815. An engine compartment fire originating from around the Hydraulic Electronic Control Unit (HECU) may occur while parked or driving. READ MORE-2008 READ MORE-2009

LG Energy Solution Michigan recalls Home Energy Storage Batteries due to fire hazard.
LG Energy Solution “RESU 10H” Lithium-Ion Residential Energy Storage System Batteries home solar panel can overheat, posing a risk of fire. READ MORE

 

10/15-10/21/22

Backyard Nature Products recalls Bird Choice Acrylic Bird Baths due to fire hazard.
Backyard Nature Products recalls Birds Choice Acrylic Bird Baths due to sunlight reflecting through the bath’s acrylic surfaces onto nearby wooden surfaces and posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Gel Blaster recalls Gel Blaster SURGE Model 1.0 Toy Guns due to fire hazard.
Gel Blaster Recalls Gel Blaster SURGE Model 1.0 Toy Guns due to the lithium-ion battery pack inside the handle overheating and igniting, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

10/8-10/14/22

Newair recalls Magic Chef Air Fryers due to fire and burn hazards.
Magic Chef Air Fryer are recalling Digital Air Fryer ovens with model numbers MCAF56DB and MCAF56DW due to overheating and posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

U-Line recalls Outdoor Freezers due to fire hazard.
U-Line Outdoor Series 24-inch Built-In Convertible Freezers with model number U-1224FZRSOD-00A and manufactured between 2017-2018 are being recalled due to overheating and posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

E-Bikes recalled due to fire, explosion and burn hazards; Distributed by Ancheer
Ancheer is recalling Ancheer e-bikes with model number AM001907 due to lithium-ion batteries igniting or exploding and posing a fire and explosion hazard. READ MORE

 

10/1-10/7/22

Hyper Products recalls Hyper Juice Stackable GaN USB-C Chargers due to fire hazard.
Hyper Products has recalled Hyper Juice Stackable GaN USB-C Chargers due to overheating and posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

9/24-9/30/22

Specialized Bicycle Components recalls Electri Mountain Bike Battery Packs due to fire and burn hazards.
Specialized 1st generation 2016-2018 model year Turbo Levo FSR, 2018-2021 model year Turbo Levo HT, and 2018-2019 model year Turbo Kenevo FSR electric mountain bikes with Specialized M1 battery packs are being recalled due to battery short circuiting and posing fire and burn risks. READ MORE

 

9/17-9/23/22

Kia Tow Hitch Harness while parked or driving.
Kia is recalling certain 2016-2022 Sorento, 2021-2022 Sorento Hybrid (HEV), 2022-2023 Sorento Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV), and 2017-2022 Sportage vehicles equipped with a tow hitch harness installed as original equipment or purchased as an accessory through a Kia dealership. Debris and moisture accumulation on the tow hitch harness module printed circuit board (PCB) may cause an electrical short, which can result in a fire. READ MORE

 

9/3-9/9/22

Ford Expedition recalled due to Blower Motor Failure causing fire.
Ford is recalling certain 2015-2017 Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator vehicles. The front blower motor located behind the glove box may fail. READ MORE

2023 Kia Sportage recalled due to lose alternator battery nut.
Kia is recalling certain 2023 Sportage vehicles. The alternator battery positive terminal nut may loosen, which can result in an engine stall or an electrical surge. READ MORE

 

8/13-8/19/22

BMW 540d xDrive recalled due to Exhaust Gas Recirculation leaking and causing fire hazard.
BMW recalled 298 2018 540d xDrive models because an internal leak within the EGR cooler could mix with normal diesel engine soot/sediment and that in combination with the high temperatures of the EGR module, could result in smoldering particles, the melting of the intake manifold, and trigger a fire. Owners may be alerted to the issue by a loss of engine coolant warning symbol, a reduction in engine power, an unpleasant odor, an unusual noise from the engine compartment, and/or smoke from the engine compartment. READ MORE

ASUS Computer International recalls ASUS ROG Maximus Z690 Hero Motherboards due to fire and burn hazards.
ASUS Computer International recalled ASUS ROG Maximus Z690 Hero Motherboards because a capacitor on the motherboard was installed in a reverse position which can lead to a short circuit, overheating or melting, posing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

 

8/6-8/12/22

No major US recalls this week.

 

7/30-8/5/22

No major US recalls this week.

 

7/23-7/29/22

No major US recalls this week.

 

7/16-7/22/22

No major US recalls this week.

 

7/9-7/15/22

No major US recalls this week.

 

7/2-7/8/22

Segway Powersports recalls Fugleman Utility Terrain Vehicles (UTVs) due to fire hazards.
The cockpit rear panel between the seats and the cargo bed can overheat and melt the plastic, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Hyundai recalls 2,500+ TL generation Tuscan models (2017-2018.)
The connector to the heater core may overheat due to a faulty electrical connection. READ MORE

 

6/25-7/1/22

MTD products recalls Troy-Bilt Spacesavr Walk-Behind Self-Propelled Lawn Mowers due to fire hazard.
The mower can leak fuel when it is stored in the upright (vertical) storage position, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Richie House recalls Children’s Robes due to violation of federal flammability standards and burn hazard.
The children’s robes fail to meet the flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children. READ MORE

SunVilla™ Corporation recalls Solar LED Market Umbrellas due to fire and burn hazards; sold exclusively at Costco.
The lithium-ion batteries in the umbrella’s solar panels can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

 

6/18-6/24/2022

Sienhua Group recalls more than 600,000 WarmWave and Hunter oscillating ceramic tower heaters.
The ceramic tower heater’s cord and plug can overheat when in use, posing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

Honda recalls more than 112,000 Ridgeline Pickups (2006-2014.)
The fuel tank can detach from the truck and cause a fire. READ MORE

 

6/11-6/17/2022

SPIRIT Halloween recalls over 12,000 black light fixtures due to fire and burn hazards.
The bulb in the fixture can pop, flash, and overheat, posing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

Kia recalls nearly 500,000 vehicles due to fire hazards in the engine compartment.
The recall notices that Hyundai and Kia engines can catch fire even when turned off. READ MORE

Schneider ElectricTM recalls over 1.4 million electrical panels.
The load can overheat posing thermal burn and fire hazards. READ MORE

 

6/4-6/10/2022

No major US recalls this week.

 

5/28-6/3/2022

Hyundai is recalling 239,000 cars for exploding seat belt parts
The seat belt pretensioners can explode and injure vehicle occupants. Three injuries have been reported, two in the U.S. and one in Singapore. READ MORE

Demdaco microwavable bowl holders recalled due to fire hazard
The recalled bowl holders’ fabric may char when warmed as intended in microwave for 3 minutes, posing fire hazard. READ MORE

RH recalls illuminated mirrors due to fire and shock hazard.
RH received 60 reports of electrical issues including melting, smoking, sparking, shorting and bulbs bursting or breaking. READ MORE

 

5/21-5/27/2022

Ford recalls about 39,000 SUVs after 16 catch fire under the hood.
The company is urging customers to park their cars “outside and away from structures.” READ MORE

Yamaha recalls wolverine RMAX Off-Road side-by-side vehicles due to fire and explosion hazards
The recalled vehicles can have a damaged fuel tank causing fuel to leak, posing fire and explosion hazards. READ MORE

 

5/14-5/20/2022

GM and LG recall over 110,000 Bolt EVs & EUVs after reporting vehicle batteries catching fire
GM and LG have identified the presence of two rare simultaneous defects, found in the same battery cell, made during module manufacturing process. READ MORE

Polaris recalls RZR recreational off-road vehicles due to fire hazard.
An incorrectly routed battery cable can contact the prop shaft during use, which can result in an electrical short, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Hyundai recalls more than 215,000 sonatas
The fuel hoses are leaking into the engine compartment and causing fires. READ MORE

 

4/23-4/29/2022

MWA Recalls LUXE+WILLOW Heated Blankets Due to Burn and Fire Hazards
The blanket can overheat if left plugged in and powered on for an extended period of time, posing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

 

4/16-4/22/2022

Best Buy recalls 772,000 air fryers after more than 100 catch fire, burn or melt
The company has heard from 68 U.S. residents and 36 Canadians complaining of the fryers and ovens overheating READ MORE

Mercedes-Benz issues two recalls for fire risk in SUVs and faulty rearview cameras
With 21,306 newer SUVs affected, this more urgent safety recall affects fewer Mercedes-Benz cars than the rearview camera issue. READ MORE

Dollar Tree Recalls More than One Million Hot Glue Guns Due to Fire and Burn Hazards
The glue gun can malfunction when plugged in, posing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

 

4/9-4/15/2022

Volkswagen recalling over 100,000 plug-in hybrids due to fire risk
Some 42,300 owners of Volkswagen Passats, Golfs, Tiguans and Arteons worldwide will be notified. READ MORE

Ford Escape and Bronco Sport SUVs Recalled for Fire Risk
The problem is caused by an oil leak. Owners can get a free fix at a Ford dealership. READ MORE

Thousands of smoke, carbon monoxide alarms sold at Walmart recalled
Universal Security Instruments Inc. recalled 8,000 units of its 2-in-1 Photoelectric Smoke & Fire + Carbon Monoxide Alarms READ MORE

SOUNDBOKS recalls bluetooth speakers with lithium-ion batteries
The lithium-ion battery can overheat, posing a fire hazard READ MORE

 

4/2-4/8/2022

No major US recalls this week.

 

3/26-4/1/2022

No major US recalls this week.

 

3/19-3/25/2022

Mercedes-Benz Metris Vans Recalled For Risk Of Fires
Mercedes Metris recall includes 42,000 vans that may suffer from fuel leaks. READ MORE

ToolGuards Portable Water Immersion Heaters Recalled Due to Shock, Electrocution and Fire Hazards
The water immersion heater can overheat, melt or catch fire, posing shock, electrocution and fire hazards. READ MORE

 

3/12-3/18/2022

BRP Recall of certain Snowmobiles Due to Fire Hazard
Fuel can leak from the fuel tank vent onto hot components when the snowmobiles are on a tilt or flipped over, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

BMW recalls more than 917,000 vehicles due to engine fire risk
There could be an electrical short in the positive crankcase ventilation valve heater. They can overheat and cause a fire. READ MORE

 

3/5-3/11/2022

Fitbit Recalls Ionic Smartwatches Due to Burn Hazard; One Million Sold in the U.S.
The lithium-ion battery in the Ionic smartwatch can overheat, posing a burn hazard. READ MORE

Mercedes-Benz recalls 2022 EQS for potential fire risk
Bad electrical connections may cause problems or lead to a fire READ MORE

 

2/26-3/4/2022

Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator SUVs Recalled for Fire Risk
A faulty part means that fuel could leak after a crash and cause a fire READ MORE

 

2/19-2/25/2022

TJX Recalls Menorahs Due to Fire Hazard; Sold at Marshalls, HomeGoods and Homesense Stores
The resin and medium-density fiberboard (“MDF”) menorahs can burn or catch fire when holding lit candles, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Kia Optima Recalled Again to Address Fuel Leaks and Engine Fires
This recall is to address problems stemming from an earlier recall for the same problem READ MORE

 

2/12-2/18/2022

Serta Recalls Mattresses Due to Violation of Federal Mattress Flammability Standard and Fire Hazard
The mattresses fail to meet the mandatory federal flammability standard for mattresses, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Shop LC Recalls Electric Space Heaters Due to Fire and Burn Hazards
The electric space heaters can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

Stellantis recalling nearly 20,000 plug-in minivans for fire risks
The automaker said the recall covers 2017-2018 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid vehicles. READ MORE

Anecdote Candles Recalls Double-Wick Autumn Candles Due to Fire and Laceration Hazards; Sold Exclusively at Anthropologie
The double wick candles can achieve higher than usual flames, causing the glass container to break apart, posing fire and laceration hazards. READ MORE

Husqvarna Recalls All-Wheel Drive Robotic Lawnmowers Due to Fire Hazard
The lithium-ion battery in the lawnmower can overheat, posing a risk of fire. READ MORE

 

2/5-2/11/2022

Hyundai, Kia Recall Almost 500,000 Vehicles Because of Fire Risk
The auto makers are telling owners to park outside and away from buildings and other cars READ MORE

 

1/29-2/4/2022

Nearly 20K Matrix Fitness treadmills recalled over fire hazard
There have been nearly 60 reported issues including it catching fire READ MORE

 

1/22-1/28/2022

Nissan Rogue Recalled for Fire Risk and Electrical Issues
The problem is due to a faulty connection and could cause a number of failures READ MORE

 

1/15-1/21/2022

Pearl River Propane Hoses Sold with Flame King Torches and Accessories Recalled Due to Fire Hazard
The propane hose can swell and rupture, allowing propane gas to leak, posing a fire hazard to the user. READ MORE

 

1/8-1/14/2022

Polaris Youth ATVs Recalled Over Fire Hazard
the inner layer of the fuel line can leak on Polaris’ Model Year 2022 Outlaw 110 EFI Youth All-Terrain Vehicles READ MORE

 

1/1-1/7/2022

ASUS recalls motherboards that flame out thanks to backwards capacitors
Z690 Hero motherboards recalled because batch is borked, design itself is fine READ MORE

Daimler recalling certain Western Star, Frieghtliner models due to fire risk
There is a potential for a high-pressure fuel leak. READ MORE

 

12/25-12/31/2021

Royal Sovereign Recalls Portable Air Conditioners Due to Fire and Burn Hazards; One Death Reported
A faulty drain motor in the air conditioners can ignite the plastic enclosure of the unit, posing fire and burn hazards to consumers and risk of serious injury or death. READ MORE

 

12/18-12/24/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

12/11-12/17/2021

Northern Lights recalls Alaura jar candles sold at Costco due to laceration, fire hazards
The recalled jar candles can shatter, crack, or break apart while burning, posing laceration and fire hazards. READ MORE

 

12/4-12/10/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

11/27-12/3/2021

Recall issued for more than 7K Western Star tractors
Arching of a power cable between the stud and bulkhead could increase the risk of a fire. READ MORE

BMW Recalls Cars and SUVs Due to Fire Risk
A cooler leak on diesel models could melt the intake manifold READ MORE

DeWalt earphones sold at Home Depot, Lowe’s recalled over potential fire, burn hazards
There are 61 reports that the earphones overheated during charging or while in use READ MORE

 

11/20-11/26/2021

Amazon recalls over 15K mattresses over potential fire hazard
The mattresses were sold online from April 2020 through March 2021 READ MORE

342,000 furnace parts recalled after ‘significant fire and smoke damage’ to homes
Burning down the house is not among a furnace’s functions. READ MORE

 

11/13-11/19/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

11/6-11/12/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

10/30-11/5/2021

Urgent recall issued after people were burned, so stop using this phone charger now
CPSC announced a recall on several myCharge powerbank models that caused burn injuries to multiple people. READ MORE

Lightform Recalls LF2 and LF2+ Projectors for Fire Hazard
Around 1,600 Lightform projectors were recalled because the fan can malfunction and overheat, posing a risk of fires and burn injuries. READ MORE

 

10/23-10/29/2021

Diesel Ram Trucks Recalled for Fire Risk
Owners should park outdoors and away from structures or other vehicles until the free fix is available and complete READ MORE

 

10/16-10/22/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

10/9-10/15/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

10/2-10/8/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

9/25-10/1/2021

Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Tucson Recalled Because of Fire Risk
Premature wear of an internal component could lead to engine damage READ MORE

 

9/18-9/24/2021

Harbor Freight recalls portable propane heaters for fire risk
Harbor Freight Tools is recalling roughly 19,000 portable propane heaters because loosened fittings on the product’s back can leak propane, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Razor USA recalls GLW battery packs sold with Hovertrax 2.0 Self-Balancing Hoverboards due to fire hazard
The lithium-ion GLW battery packs in the self-balancing scooters/hoverboards can overheat, posing a risk of the products smoking, catching fire and/or exploding. READ MORE

Gas One recalls propane adapter hoses due to fire hazard
The hose can swell during use causing gas to leak, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

9/11-9/17/2021

Toyota Recalls Tundra Pickups for Headlights That Catch Fire
Faulty wiring is to blame. Here’s how to get the problem fixed free of charge. READ MORE

 

9/4-9/10/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

8/28-9/3/2021

JEEP WRANGLER RECALL ISSUED AFTER FUEL LEAK FIRES
More than 14,000 Wranglers need their fuel supply lines inspected and possibly replaced. READ MORE

 

8/21-8/27/2021

Thousands of blower fans recalled due to fire hazard
Intertex is recalling more than 29,000 B-Air® VP-33 Blower Fans after receiving five reports of the capacitor overheating in the blower fans and causing fire-related property damage totaling about $75,000. READ MORE

Battery packs for hoverboards sold at major retailers recalled because they could catch fire
More than 200,000 battery packs are being recalled after reports of some catching fire. READ MORE

 

8/14-8/20/2021

Recall Alert: Rugs sold on Amazon recalled for fire risk
The affected products do not meet the federal flammability standard for carpets and rugs, which could pose a fire hazard. READ MORE

Fire Exit Locks Recalled After Failing to Open at Least 56 Times
Imagine dying in a blaze because you didn’t update your fire exit’s firmware. READ MORE

Crate And Barrel Fire Pits Recalled for Fire Hazard
If you recently bought a wood-burning fire pit from Crate and Barrel, check if it is one of 700 that are being recalled due to a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

8/7-8/13/2021

No recalls this week.

 

7/31-8/6/2021

Specialized recalls about 2,500 e-bike battery packs
Water can penetrate the seal around the LED control pad on the bicycle’s lithium-ion battery pack and cause the battery to short circuit, posing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

More Than Two Million Dehumidifiers From Major Brands Recalled for Fire Hazard
The manufacturer, New Widetech, has been notified of 107 incidents of the recalled dehumidifiers overheating and/or catching fire, resulting in about $17 million in property damage. READ MORE

 

7/24-7/30/2021

2017-2019 Chevy Bolt EV Recalled Again For Battery Fire Issue
GM issued a second recall of the 2017-2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV due to a manufacturing defect that has caused some batteries to erupt in flames while charging. READ MORE

GM recalls Silverado and Sierra HD Diesel again due to block heater issues
GM is recalling the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra Heavy Duty Trucks with Duramax diesel engines and optional engine block heaters. READ MORE

Rite Aid recalls rechargeable handheld fans due to fire hazard
The fan’s lithium ion battery can overheat while charging, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

7/17-7/23/2021

Recall Alert: Lincoln Aviator
Lincoln is recalling about 40,000 2020-2021 Aviator SUVs equipped with 3.0-liter V6 engines. The vehicles face a slight risk of fire, thanks to a minor defect. READ MORE

Ford recalls more than 800K vehicles for risk of crash, fire
Ford Motor Company is recalling more than 800,000 vehicles in North America for the increased risk of a crash or a fire. READ MORE

 

7/10-7/16/2021

SAFETY RECALL ALERT: OVER 3,700 ECHO GENERATORS RECALLED OVER FIRE, BURN HAZARDS
ECHO on Thursday recalled about 3,700 of its EGi-2300 Watt generators, saying the products can overheat, causing fire and burn hazards. READ MORE

Mercedes-Benz issues two minor recalls
In total, just 2,232 vehicles are impacted by these actions. READ MORE

 

7/3-7/9/2021

Children’s sleepwear recalled over fire hazard concerns
According to the agency, the recalled clothing items do not meet federal flammability standards and pose “a risk of burn injuries to children.” READ MORE

GM recalls 331,000 pickup trucks because their engine block heaters can cause fires
The recall covers certain 2017 through 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2500 and 3500 pickups with 6.6-liter diesel engines and optional engine block heaters. READ MORE

 

6/26-7/2/2021

Model year 2021 Cadillac XT5 & XT6s, and GMC Acadias recalled
The fuel supply lines may not be installed properly READ MORE

 

6/19-6/25/2021

42,000 dishwashers recalled due to fire hazard
Five reports of the burning smells, flames and smoking inside the dishwashers prompted the recall. READ MORE

 

6/12-6/18/2021

RAM TRUCK ENGINE FIRE RECALL INVOLVES 32,000 VEHICLES
Low oil levels caused connecting rod damage and engine compartment fires. READ MORE

2021 Genesis GV80, G80 2.5T recalled with potential fuel pipe fault
The vehicles’ fuel delivery pipes could be defective, allowing fuel to leak out into a hot engine bay and cause a fire, according to Genesis. READ MORE

 

6/5-6/11/2021

No major US recalls this week.

 

5/29-6/4/2021

Big recall of Grand Design 2016-2021 trailers for potential fire hazard
The LP regulator that controls the LP gas pressure may fail, allowing excessive gas pressure that causes the appliance flame to increase. READ MORE

72K Freightliners recalled for headlight defect that could spark a fire
The halogen headlight bulb may dislodge during replacement and contact other vehicle components, possibly causing them to melt, which could in turn increase the risk of a fire. READ MORE

 

5/22-5/28/2021

No major US recalls this week.

 

5/15-5/21/2021

Fire hazard prompts recall of certain Polaris off-road vehicles
Polaris is recalling two of its 2021 RZR recreational off-road vehicles, models PRO XP and PRO XP 4. READ MORE

Hyundai recalls model year 2013-2015 Santa Fe Sport vehicles
The anti-lock brake system module may short circuit READ MORE

Daimler issues recall over fuel system problem
Daimler will recall more than 9,600 Freightliner and Western Star trucks. READ MORE

Kia is recalling over 440,000 vehicles because their engines can catch fire — even when not running
The recall covers certain Optima sedans from 2013 through 2015 and Sorento SUVs from 2014 and 2015 READ MORE

 

5/9-5/14/2021

Smoke detector recall: Kidde recalls 226,000 smoke alarms because they can ‘fail to alert consumers to a fire’
The nationwide recall is for Kidde TruSense Smoke Alarms and combination smoke/carbon monoxide alarms READ MORE

WAYNE WaterBUG GLOW Multi-Use Submersible Water Removal Pump recalled due to fire and shock hazards
If water gets into the electrical circuit board, it can short circuit, posing fire, burn and electrical shock hazards. READ MORE

If you have this air conditioner, stop using it right now
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission a few days ago posted a product recall for several air conditioner brands that, due to faulty electrical components, are burn and fire hazards. READ MORE

 

5/1-5/8/2021

Re-Recall Alert: Chevrolet Bolt EV Requires Second Update to Prevent Fire
It’s time to bring Chevy Bolts back to the dealership for an important update to prevent a battery fire, even if they were already brought in for a fix last year. READ MORE

Hyundai Recalls Nearly 400K Vehicles For Fire Risk
Hyundai is recalling over 390,000 vehicles in two separate recalls. READ MORE

 

4/24-4/30/2021

If You’re Using This in Your Yard, Stop Now, Authorities Say
CPSC announced the recall of more than 4,700 StaRite and Mastertemp pool heaters sold in the U.S. and Canada. READ MORE

Kia Recalling 2022 Carnival Over Fire Risk
Less than 1% of new Carnivals may have a defective plastic fuel rail tube, which could cause a gasoline leak and potentially a fire. READ MORE

 

4/17-4/23/2021

Subaru recalls nearly 900K vehicles for safety concerns
The recall covers 466,205 vehicles comprising 2017-2019 Impreza and 2018-2019 Crosstrek models. READ MORE

Kia Recalls 147,000 Seltos and Soul Models For Fire Risk, Could Require Engine Swap
The Korean brand is recalling 147,249 vehicles as a result of an engine flaw that could lead to a fire. READ MORE

NESCO Coffee Bean Roasters recalled due to fire hazard
The coffee bean roasters can overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Kawasaki USA Recalls All-Terrain, Off-Highway Utility Vehicles
Kawasaki Motors Corp. U.S.A. has recalled certain all-terrain as well as recreational off-highway utility vehicles citing fire risks. READ MORE

 

4/10-4/16/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

4/3-4/9/2021

RECALL: Goal Zero Power Cables
About 7,850 EC8 Power Cables from Goal Zero are being recalled because the pins inside the connector on the power cord can deform and overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

Recall Alert: RH Children’s Bath Wraps Due to Flammability Issues
The bath wraps were recalled for failure to meet flammability standards for children’s sleepwear. READ MORE

Verizon recalls 2.5 million hotspot devices due to fire hazard
The lithium ion battery can overheat, creating a fire and burning hazard. READ MORE

 

3/27-4/2/2021

Propane cylinders recalled due to fire hazard
The company said the propane cylinders manufactured with a handle below the weld on the side could leak propane gas and possibly start a fire. READ MORE

Garden sprayers recalled due to fire, burn hazard
Thousands of battery-powered garden sprayers are being recalled because they can overheat, posing both a fire and burn hazard. READ MORE

Ram Asks Heavy Duty Truck Owners To Park Outside Due To Fire Risk
Ram is asking certain heavy-duty truck owners to not park indoors due to fire risk. READ MORE

Owners of certain Hyundai and Genesis vehicles warned to ‘park their cars outside’ due to fire risk
The warning comes as separate recalls have been announced due to the risk of fire. READ MORE

Feds say to park Chevy Express, GMC Savana vans far away due to fire risk
Battery cables may short circuit and lead to an engine fire in vans equipped with the 6.6-liter V8 engine. READ MORE

 

3/20-3/26/2021

No major recalls this week.

 

3/13-3/19/2021

Melaleuca Recalls 38,000 Holiday Candles for Fire Hazard
Melaleuca Inc. has recalled about 38,000 Revive 3-Wick Soy Candles in the scents “Winter Cedar” and “Warm Spiced Latte” due to a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

3/6-3/12/2021

Kia Recalls 308,000 Vehicles for Fire Risk, Tells Owners to Park Outside
Kia is recalling the 2017–2019 Cadenza and the 2017–2021 Sportage due to the possibility of an electrical short causing a fire in the engine compartment. READ MORE

2/16-3/5/2021

Hyundai to recall 82,000 electric cars globally due to fire risk
Hyundai Motor has announced that it will be recalling about 82,000 electric vehicles globally due to fire risks and will be replacing their battery systems. READ MORE

2/14-2/26/2021

Pull-down fire alarms recalled because they may not actually alert people about a fire
The pull handle on some units can fail to activate the alarm system when manually pulled, posing a risk of failure to alert consumers to a fire. READ MORE

Urban Outfitters recalls wood candle holders because they may catch on fire
If they come in contact with the flame, they may catch on fire. READ MORE

 

2/13-2/19/2021

NZXT issues a formal recall for the Xbox-like H1 Case
Metal screws that attach the PCIe riser assembly to the chassis can cause a short in the printed circuit board and overheating, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

 

2/6-2/12/2021

Jeep Wrangler, Gladiator recalled for increased fire risk
2018-2021 Jeep Wranglers and Gladiator pickup trucks equipped with a manual transmission have a wonky clutch plate that necessitated a recall. READ MORE

 

1/30-2/5/2021

Electrostatic sprayers recalled because they could catch fire, explode
More than 400,000 electrostatic sprayers used to disinfect surfaces have been recalled because the rechargeable battery pack can overheat and melt, which could cause it to catch on fire and/or explode. READ MORE

DeWalt Kerosene Heaters Recalled Due to Risk of Fire and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
The heaters, made by Enerco Group, can automatically restart when in standby mode. READ MORE

 

1/23-1/29/2021

Fillet Knife Fire Hazard: Rapala Recalls More Than 100K Knives
The battery can overheat and catch fire if non-Rapala chargers are used to charge the battery. READ MORE

Recall alert: Wahl recalls heat therapy massagers, citing potential fire hazard
The connection between the massager and heat attachment can overheat, causing smoke or a spark and posing a potential fire hazard. READ MORE

 

1/16-1/22/2021

Belkin recalls portable phone charging stand over fire risk
The accessory-maker has issued a voluntary recall for the power bank/charging stand due to a manufacturing defect in the power supply unit. READ MORE

Chevy Low Cab Forward Recalled Over Battery Harness Routing
In certain Chevrolet 4500 Low Cab Forward trucks equipped with the 6.6L L8T V8 gas engine, the positive cable connecting the battery to the starter may be too long; over time leading to a short circuit. READ MORE

 

1/9-1/15/2021

Hyundai recalls 471k SUVs in the US, fears fire from electrical short circuit
The seriousness of the possible fault can be ascertained from several US media reports which inform that certain cars may be having an electrical short in the on-board computers which could – in some cases – cause fire. READ MORE

1/2-1/8/2021

Massimo Percussion Massage Guns exclusively sold at Costco recalled after 3 fire hazard incidents
The company says they have recalled their Massage Guns because the lithium-ion battery system can overheat, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE

12/26/2020-1/1/2021

Urban Outfitters recalls products that shouldn’t be flammable, but have caught on fire
The candle holders can catch on fire if they come in contact with the candle’s flame, posing a fire hazard. READ MORE