J.C. Penney Co. recalled 49,000 Winnie the Pooh play sets made in China that contain unsafe amounts of lead paint. The retailer also recalled 19,000 Deluxe Wood Art Sets made in Taiwan and Vietnam and 2,400 Breyer stirrup ornaments made in China for the same reason, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. No injuries or illnesses have been reported.
About 142,000 Toshiba AC adapters sold with portable DVD players were recalled because the adapter can fail and cause the DVD player to overheat. This poses a burn hazard. Toshiba has received two reports of damage to DVD players. No injuries have been reported. For more details, call (877) 290-6064, or visit www.tacp.com or www.cpsc.gov.
About 50,000 Lithonia Lighting nickel end wrap fluorescent ceiling light fixtures were recalled because an internal wire could be loose, posing a risk of electrical shocks. No injuries have been reported. For more information, call (800) 638-7705, or visit www.lithonia.com or www.cpsc.gov.
About 9,600 sequin glitter candles distributed by Christmas Tree Shops Inc. were recalled because the glitter coating can ignite, posing a risk of fire. The company has received four reports of flames or smoke coming from the candle or the glitter coating, but no injuries have been reported. For more details, call (888) 287-3232, or visit www.christmastreeshops.com or www.cpsc.gov.
Four products that may contain excessive levels of lead were recalled. CBRL Group Inc. asked consumers to return 7,800 Chinese-made Princess Magnetic Travel Art Set Lap Desks sold in Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations from April to August. Kipp Brothers recalled 10,000 Bendable Dinosaur Toys manufactured in China. Riddell Inc. called back 2,500 Chinese-made Collectible Jeff Gordon Mini Helmuts, based on the one worn by the race car driver. Flaghouse Inc. recalled 2,400 Kidnastics Balance Beams made in Taiwan.