Details on product recalls are available in most cases at www.cpsc.gov and other websites.
Some Halco LED bulb models used in recessed lights, as outdoor security lighting and in retail displays are recalled. "ProLED" is on a label on the bulb's plastic housing along with model numbers, product names and date codes. They were sold at lighting retailers and distributors nationwide from June 2009-March 2014.
The bulbs can overheat and fall onto consumers below, posing impact and burn hazards. There have been five reports of the bulbs separating from the socket, but no injuries.
Details: 844-277-0177 or www.halcolighting.com.
Chrysler Jeep SUVs
Chrysler is recalling up to 792,300 older Jeep SUVs worldwide because the ignition switches could fall out of the "run" position, shutting off the engine and disabling air bags, power-assisted steering and braking. That's the same problem that has forced GM to recall more than 15 million cars.
Chrysler's recall covers 2005-07 Grand Cherokees and 2006-07 Commanders. The company said it will notify customers by mid-September.
Chrysler said an outside force such as a driver's knee can knock switches out of the "run" position. Engineers are working on a fix.
The automaker said it knows of no related injuries and one accident. It said owners should keep clearance between their knees and keys until repairs are made.
A recall of Bollinger Fitness Classic and SoftTouch resistance bands with door attachment covers model numbers 5771, 5772, 5773, 5774 and 5775. The Bollinger Fitness logo is on the handles. The model number is on the packaging.
They were sold at Marshalls, T.J. Maxx and other retailers nationwide and online from July 2012 through March 2014.
A black plastic ball attached to the band's door anchor can unexpectedly release and strike the user.
Details: 800-255-6061 or www.bollingerfitness.com.
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