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Bandsaws, bicycle chains on recall list

Published October 05. 2009 02:55PM

Bandsaws: Grizzly Industrial is recalling bandsaws sold February 2008-July 2009. Some of the recalled bandsaws do not have a grounding wire installed, which poses an electric shock hazard. The recall involves the G0640X 17-inch metal-wood bandsaw with an inverter motor. The product's model number (G0640X) is printed on the front of the machine. The firm is sending repair kits directly to consumers. Consumers can also contact Grizzly Industrial,, 800-523-4777.

Hooded Sweatshirts: La Jolla Sport USA Inc. is recalling O'Neill Children's Hooded Sweatshirts with Drawstrings sold June 2009-August 2009. The recalled sweatshirts have a drawstring through the hood, which can pose a strangulation hazard. The recall involves hooded fleece sweatshirts with style names "Love Goes" (39810012) and "Up and Under" (39202202). They were sold under the O'Neill brand name in child sizes S-XL. The RN 85773 is printed on the care label in the neck. Consumers should return the garment to the place of purchase or to the firm for a full refund. Consumers can also contact La Jolla Sport,, 800-662-7873.

Masks and Pendants: Team Work Trading is recalling Children's Animal Masks and Pendants sold November 2008-March 2009. The recalled children's animal masks and pendants contain high levels of lead. The recall involves a children's animal mask and four styles of metal pendants. The mask resembles the face of a cat. The pendants have various animated symbols including a dog tag with fire symbol (Bleach), knife and lion symbol (Final Fantasy), Mickey Mouse symbol (Kingdom of Hearts), and a burning sun symbol (Naruto). The pendants were sold with silver-colored chains. Consumer should contact Team Work Trading,, 213-680-4489.

Bicycle Chains: SRAM LLC is recalling 10 Speed SRAM Bicycle Chains with PowerLock connector links sold January 2009-August 2009. The recalled PowerLock connector links, used on bicycle chains, are brittle and can crack, allowing the chain to separate from the bicycle and posing a fall hazard to the rider. The recall involves SRAM PowerLock connector links, which are sold individually, on 10-speed bicycle chains and as original equipment on some bicycles. The recalled PowerLock connector links are identified by a date code of M or N, which is located on the side of the PowerLock connector link. 10-speed SRAM chains that were equipped with recalled

PowerLock connector links include the following chain model numbers: PC-1030, PC-1050, PC-1070, PC-1090 and PC-1090R. The recalled chains were also installed on some Guru, Surly, Salsa, BMC, Serotta, Seven, and Ridley brand complete bicycles. Consumers may contact their SRAM retailer for a free replacement PowerLock connector link. Consumers can also contact SRAM,, 800-346-2928.

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