Mazda Recall announced for certain 2008-2009 models

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(Best Syndication News) - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) government agency announced a recall for certain Mazda 2008-2009 model year vehicles. There are around 103,300 vehicles involved in this recall because of a windshield wiper/washer’s motor has a problem that could cause the wipers to fail.

The two models are the Mazda3 and the MazdaSpeed3 vehicles with both some of the 2008-2009 being involved in the recall. The models that have the problem were manufactured between January 7, 2008, through November 28, 2008.

The ground terminal of the windshield wiper motor could have been bent during installation, which over time could cause an electrical resistance in the motor. If this occurs, the motor could stop working, which would not provide power to the windshield wipers.

Kashi Frozen Pizza Recall announced due to possible plastic pieces in food

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Kashi Frozen Pizza Recall announced due to possible plastic pieces in food

(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the recall of around 11,000 cases of Kashi frozen pizza because of plastic fragments that could have possibly contaminated the food. The Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza, Roasted Vegetable Thin Crust Pizza, and Mushroom Trio and Spinach Thin Crust Pizza were sold nationwide and are involved with this recall. No consumers have complained of finding any plastic pieces in these pizzas.

In a statement, David DeSouza, general manager from Kashi, apologized for the recall and said the company is working quickly to correct the problem with both suppliers and consumers.

Here is a list of the Kashi Frozen Pizza involved in the recall:

Cat Food Recall announced for Primal Pet Foods Feline Chicken & Salmon Formula

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(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration announced a voluntary recall for Primal Pet Foods’ Feline Chicken & Salmon Formula due to a possible contamination with Salmonella. The only one involved is this particular flavor with the “Best By” date code of 043112-17. No illnesses have been reported concerning this recall.

The package size is 4 pounds of the Chicken & Salmon nuggets with the UPC code # 8 95135 00025 0 and the “Best By” date code of 043112-17.

If you have the recalled cat food the company is asking to call Primal Pet Foods toll-free at 866-566-4652 Monday-Friday 8AM-4PM PST to help get a full refund or a replacement from where you originally purchased the pet food. If you have an unopened pet food bag, you will take it back for a refund. If the pet food was opened, they are asking to dispose of the food safely and bring the receipt back to the store for a refund. If you do not have the receipt they said to take the emptied bag and put it in a sealed bag to bring back to the store to get a refund.

HP and Compaq Laptop Battery Recall expanded to include more models

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(Best Syndication News) - HP along with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued an expanded voluntary recall for an additional 162,600 lithium-ion batteries that were sold by itself or with a HP or Compaq branded laptop computers. The batteries involved with this recall can be a fire hazard. The recalled batteries should not be used because they could burn the user if they overheat and rupture. HP will be issuing replacement batteries for this recall. If you have previously checked your battery, the CPSC said that you should compare the updated recall list and check again to see if it has been recalled.

Kitchen Appliance Recall - GE Food Processor sold at Wal-Mart recalled due to fire and laceration dangers

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GE 14-cup food processor being recalled

(Best Syndication News ) - Around 255,000 General Electric brand food processors are being recalled voluntarily because of a risk of cut fingertips and for the unit to catch fire said the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

This particular GE branded 14-cup digital food processor was sold at Wal-Mart nationwide between September 2009 through February 2011 at a retail price around $50. Owners of the recalled products should not use it and return it to any Wal-Mart store to get a full refund.

Walmart received 58 complaint reports from this food processor. The consumers ran the food processor without the lid on in 24 of the reports, with 21 of them getting their fingertips cut. In 34 reports, the food processor started smoking, with three units catching fire.

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