Product recalls or recall notices announced recently. Details are available in most cases at www.cpsc.gov and websites or telephone numbers listed.
About 33,000 pairs of “Aubree’s” and “Hearts” baby socks made by Asia Socks and imported by Trumpette Inc. They were sold in sizes 0 to 12 months. “Aubree’s” socks have flowers attached to the toes. “Hearts” socks have bows attached to the toes of the heart-patterned socks. “TRUMPETTE” is printed on the soles. They were sold in packages of six pairs of socks in multiple colors from December 2012 through February.
The flowers and the bows can detach, posing a choking hazard. There have been eight reports of the flowers or bows detaching from the socks.
Details: 877-938-7265; online at www.trumpette.com.
Toyota is recalling 342,000 Tacoma midsize pickup trucks because the front seat belts can malfunction. The recall affects 2004 to 2011 Access Cab models with a small door to the rear passenger compartment.
Toyota says screws that attach part of the seat belts to the mechanism that retracts the belts can come loose if the rear door is closed repeatedly and forcefully. If that happens, the belts may not work properly for the driver or front passenger.
Toyota says no crashes have been reported. The company will notify owners by mail. Dealers will fix them free.
About 900 SuperCube 2000 Powered Subwoofers with “0912HB” as part of a serial number printed on the back. “Definitive” is printed on the bottom front of the speaker. They were sold from November 2012 to January.
An internal failure with the subwoofer’s level input jack (RCA jack) results in a shock hazard to consumers. There were two reports of shocking.
Details: 800-228-7148; www.definitivetechnology.com.
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