AM Conservation Group is recalling about 37,000 night lights because they can overheat, posing a fire hazard. The recall involves luminescent night lights Model 2017-G, a square-shaped night light with a rounded top. Affected units were distributed as free promotional products by various companies between November 2016 and March 2017. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled night lights and contact AM Conservation Group for a free replacement.
Hobby Lobby is recalling about 43,400 spinner toys because the battery cover can detach and expose the small coin cell batteries, posing choking and ingestion hazards to young children. The recall involves children’s battery-powered, light-up spinner toys sold in two themes: Easter and July 4th. Affected units were sold at Hobby Lobby and Mardel stores nationwide from February 2017 to April 2017 for about $5. Consumers should immediately take the recalled spinner toys away from children and return them to the nearest Hobby Lobby or Mardel store for a refund or store credit.
Dynacraft is recalling about 20,000 ride-on toys because the acceleration pedal can stick, posing fall and crash hazards. The recall involves three models of 12V battery-operated ride-on toys, including Surge 12V Camo 4X4, Surge 12V XL Quad and Tonka 12V Mighty Dump Trucks. Affected units were sold at Walmart, Academy Sports + Outdoors and Toys R Us nationwide and online at toysrus.com from June 2016 to March 2017 for between $150 and $350. Consumers should immediately take the recalled ride-on toys away from children and contact Dynacraft to receive a free replacement foot pedal with installation instructions.
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