The product liability lawyers at Shoop | A Professional Law Corporation again remind consumers about a recent product recall issued by TJX, of its Gardeners Eden™ light-up autumn decorations. This product recall is announced in conjunction and cooperation with the United States Consumer Products Safety Commission "(CPSC"). Please also be reminded that it is a federal offense to sell, or otherwise attempt to resell, a recalled consumer product.
The product defect associated with these various light up decorations involves exposed wiring at, or otherwise near the unit's battery boxes, which can lead to short circuits, thereby posing an obvious fire and burn injury hazard to consumers.
There are approximately 4,600 of these decorations currently in distribution within the United States, alone. This product recall involves Autumn 2013 Gardeners Eden (wreaths) as well as Chinese Lantern plant arrangements.
The wreaths are made of flammable materials such as dry twigs bound together by wire and twine arrangements. There are additional, LED lights in the pumpkins, and these, various LEDs are powered by AA batteries, which are housed in a plastic battery box. For product identification purposes, style and lot numbers are located on the price tags which are attached to the units' hangtags. These are the corresponding units of wreaths and Chinese Lanterns which are being recalled due to fire and burn injury hazards:
667661, 667689, 676074
TJX is already in receipt of multiple reports of the unit overheating from the field. Consumers are instructed to immediately cease the use of these recalled products and make sure to remove the batteries. These products were sold at retail at various TJ Maxx, HomeGoods and Marshall's locations from approximately August of 2013 through September of 2013 at price points varying between $25 and $30. These units were imported by the TJX Companies Inc., of Framingham, Massachusetts, and manufactured in China.
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