Find important information on voluntary product recalls.
Universal Smoke Alarms
Universal Security Instruments is recalling smoke alarms with model numbers MI3050S and MI3050SB and date codes between 2015JAN19 through 2016JUL11. This recall only impacts SKU 109857. Consumers should immediately inspect their smoke alarms. Press the test button to determine if it is operating properly. If the alarm sounds, no further action is required.
HD Supply is recalling the following Seasons® Ceiling Fan SKUs: 269702, 269712, 269716, 269808, 269810,
269816, 269818, 269820, 269822, 269718, 269812, 269714. SKUs were produced between January 2016-July
Kidde® is recalling fire alarms manufactured between September 10, 2016 and October 13, 2017. The potentially
affected models are PI2010 (AC/hardwired) and PI9010 (DC/battery) powered. The HDS skus for these
items are: 340019 and 340022.
Goodman® is recalling the disconnect on the following two air handler models: AWUF, manufactured from
November 2015 to October 2016, with serial number prefixes 1511****** to 1610******; and ACNF, manufactured
from January 2016 to October 2016, with serial number prefixes 1601****** to 1610******.
Kidde® is recalling fire extinguishers manufactured between January 1, 1973, and August 15, 2017, including
some models that were previously recalled in March 2009 and in February 2015. The extinguishers were
sold in red, white and silver, and are either ABC- or BC-rated.
Goodman® recall involves PTACs sold under the Goodman, Amana, York International, and Energy Knight brand
names. Recalled PTAC models begin with the following prefixes: EKTC15, EKTH15, PMC15, PMH12, PMH15,
PTC15, PTH12, PTH15, UCYB15, and UCYH15. Only units with the first four digits of the serial numbers
in the range between 1001 and 1709 are affected.
Invacare® is recalling the following concentrator models: IRC5P and IRC5PO2 with serial numbers between
10CSZ43XXXX and 12GSZ62XXXX. These concentrators feature Dianz® capacitors with manufacture date
codes ranging from 2010.03 to 2012.08 (March 2010 to August 2012).
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced a recall of over-the-counter (OTC) ranitidine drugs, which is the active ingredient in Zantac(R) products. The agency has determined that the impurity in some ranitidine products increases over time and when stored at higher than room temperatures and may result in consumer exposure to unacceptable levels of this impurity.