Kawasaki MULE Utility Vehicle Recall announced for Fuel Hose Repair

Kawasaki MULE 610 utility cart - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a voluntary recall of Kawasaki MULE 600 and 610 model utility carts because there is a danger of the vehicle catching on fire. The problem is that a fuel tube could rub on the air cleaner housing and develop a hole. This hole could leak fuel and cause a fire. No reports of injury or product damage has been reported to the company.

There are around 3,900 utility carts involved in the recall and were sold at Kawasaki dealerships between June 2011 to February 2012 for between $6,700 and $8,200. The 2012 model year of the Kawasaki MULE 600 (KAF400BCF), MULE 610 4x4 (KAF400ACF), and the MULE 610 4x4 XC (KAF400DCF or KAF400ECF) have the problem that needs to be inspected and repaired. The utility carts come in green, red, black, and camouflage.

Recall of Cub Cadet, MTD Gold, and Troy-Bilt Lawn Tractors announced for Transaxle Repair

Lawn tractor recall - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the voluntary recall of certain Cub Cadet and Troy-Bilt lawn tractors because the hydrostatic transaxle could fail. This could cause the brakes to stop working and could cause the tractor to crash. Consumers who have the recalled lawn tractors should stop using them until they can get the necessary repair from an authorized dealer.

There are around 2,700 lawn tractors involved in this recall. The lawn tractors were sold nationwide between January 2011 and January 2012 at a retail price around $1,900 to $2,800. The Cub Cadet, MTD Gold and Troy-Bilt that have the Hydro-Gear model 618-0319 and 618-04270B transaxles. The Cub Cadet and the Troy-Bilt models have a date of manufacturing between December 2010 through March 2011. The date the units were manufactured are listed underneath the seat on a label. On the MTD Gold models involved in the recall have serial numbers that begin with 1L15 or 1L16.

Honda Gas Powered Trimmers Recalled for Repair

Honda HHT35SUKAT Gas Powered Trimmer being Recalled - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the voluntary recall of American Honda gas powered lawn trimmers with the model number of HHT35SUKAT. The recall was announced because the company received 11 reports of broken or cracked shafts with no injuries being reported.

The company is concerned that the broken or cracked shafts could cause the lower gear case or cutter attachment to fly off, which could possibly cause injury. Around 14,000 trimmers in the US and 3,600 trimmers in Canada are involved in the recall. They were sold at Honda Power Equipment dealers both online and at stores nationwide between May 2006 and February 2012 at a price around $420 - $430.

Sony announces Four New Cyber-shot Digital Camera Models

(Best Syndication News) - Sony announced four new Cyber-shot digital camera models that will become available starting in March and May of 2012. The digital cameras are slim and compact, yet at the same time have features that are desired for taking high quality photos. The DSC-WX150 and DSC-W690 models have a 10x optical zoom and the DSC-TX66 is only 12.2 mm thick, while the DSC-TX20 model is waterproof and built for durability.

The DSC-WX150 and DSC-W690 Cyber-shot have a 10x optical zoom and is the world’s thinnest camera to have this level of zoom functionality. The “Advanced Aspherical” lens helps to achieve the thinner design of the 10x optical zoom while maintaining photo quality. The DSC-WX150 and the DSC-W690 will be available in May 2012.

Massive Gas Cylinder Recall issued due to Leak Danger

gas cylinder recall - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - Over 30 million gas cylinders that were sold in the US and in Canada have been voluntarily recalled because the seal on the cylinders could leak after being disconnected from the equipment. The leak could cause a fire danger reported the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC) today in an announcement.

The majority of the gas cylinders were distributed in the United States. Worthington Cylinders Wisconsin recalled the gas cylinders without any reports of incident or injury. The brands being recalled are Map Pro (14.1 ounce), Propylene (14.1 ounce), and MAPP Gas Cylinders(16 ounce). The cylinders contain propylene gas that is used for soldering, brazing, cutting, and welding. The cylinders are around 3 inches in diameter and stand around 11 inches tall. The color of the cylinder is either yellow or black color. Some of the cylinders were sold by themselves, while others were sold as a bundle with a torch kit.

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