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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has just issued a press release regarding 28 different defective products that were sold by Home Depot after recalls were announced. These items were recalled between 2012 and 2015 and involved about 2,310 units, including about 1,300 sold to consumers and 1,010 sold to salvagers or recyclers who could have sold them to consumers. Consumers are urged to stop using the products immediately and contact the recalling firms to receive a refund, replacement or repair of the faulty item. Listed below are the items in question.

Defective Products Sold at Home Depot

• CE Tech 1,000 Ft. Riser Cable
• Cordelia Two-Lamp Fluorescent Shop Lights
• Easy Reach by Gorilla Ladders 3-Step Pro Series Step Stools
• Fiskars Bypass Lopper Shears
• Genie Garage Door Openers
• Harris Products Group and Lincoln Electric Welding Torch Handles
• HeathCo Motion-Activated Outdoor Lights
• Homelite Electric Blower Vacuums
• Kidde Disposable Plastic Fire Extinguishers
• Legrand Under-Cabinet Power Strips
• LG Electric Ranges
• LG Top-Loading Washing Machines
• Lithonia Quantum ELM and ELM2 Two-Light Emergency Lighting Fixtures
• MAT Industries HDX and Powermate Two-Gallon Air Compressors
• Mohawk Altitude Gold Shag Rugs
• Nest Protect Smoke + CO Alarms
• Nourison I-CANDI Collection Polyester Shag Rugs
• Pramac America Powermate Sx 5500 Portable Generators
• RSI Glacier Bay Bathroom Medicine Cabinets
• Soleil Portable Fan Heaters
• SolieusAir Dehumidifiers by Gree Electric Appliances
• Vornado Air Electric Space Heaters
• Waterloo Industries Husky Securelock Vertical Bike Hooks
• Westinghouse Lighting Glass Shade Holders
• Wing Enterprises Switch-It Stepladder/Stepstools

Defective Products in The House

Consumers expect the products available to them at trusted retailers like Home Depot to be safe. While we might expect faulty or defective products to slip under the radar before a problem is brought to the attention of manufacturers and retailers, there’s no excuse for a major store chain like Home Depot to continue selling defective products long after safety recalls have been issued. To determine which models and model years are impacted, check the CPSC’s website for more information. If you or somebody you love has been injured due to a defective or faulty product, contact Alexander Law Group, LLP at 888.777.1776 for a free consultation.