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The Consumer Product Safety Commission says four national retailers are voluntarily agreeing to recall more than 150,000 Nap Nanny baby recliners. This recall comes after at least five infant deaths and dozens of reports of children nearly falling out of the of the foam recliners. The current recall includes Nap Nanny Generations One and Two, and the Chill mode infant recliners, all were sold between 2009 and 2012.This isn’t the first Nap Nanny recall. Back in July 2010 the first two versions were recalled after more deaths and nearly two dozen reports of children hanging out or falling out.Earlier this month the manufacturer, Baby Matters LLC of Berwyn, Pa., reported going out of businesses and released a statement saying the company didn’t believe the CPSC complaint and owner, Leslie Gudel, believes the products are safe when used as instructed.The CPSC still recommends getting more information, and reviewing retailers’ return policies regarding the recall.For recall information online or by Buy Baby: (877) 328-9222, (800) 342-7377Toys R Us/Babies R Us: (800) 869-7787, Lights is recalled an artificially lit Christmas tree that poses a fire hazard.The tree sold exclusively by QVU has a base that can overheat. QVC has already received dozens of reports about the base overheating, melting or smoking.Recalled items were sold from July to November of 2011 as a 6.5-foot tree, or a 7.5 foot tree.Model numbers H191953 and H191954 are included in this recall. The model number is on a label on the tree base and on the QVC box. “Bethlehem Lights” is on the box and the instruction sheets.For more information consumers can contact GKI Bethlehem Lights at (800) 248-1434, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or online at, clicking on “Resources” and then click on “Recall Notice.”Also, American Honda is expanding its recall of Four Trax ATVs because of crash hazards.About 19,500 units have a weld on the front right and upper suspension arm that can separate, potentially causing the driver to lose control and crash.So far Honda has received 10 reports of incidents where the suspension arm weld failed, including on that injured a rider.The recalled vehicles are two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive 2012 Honda FourTrax Rancher ATV TRX420 FA, FE, FM, FPA, FPE, FPM, TE and TM models. The ATVs are red, green or camouflage and have the word “Honda” and the Honda wing logo on both sides of the fuel tank. The word “Rancher” is on the front cowl below the handlebars and on the left rear fender. Rancher models in the following Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) ranges are being recalled:TRX420FA, 1HFTE370*C4300541 thru C4301380 TRX420FA Camo, 1HFTE374*C4300121 thru C4300240 TRX420FE, 1HFTE354*C4501741 thru C4504380 TRX420FE Camo, 1HFTE357*C4500301 thru C4500720 TRX420FM, 1HFTE350*C4502342 thru C4506061 TRX420FM Camo, 1HFTE359*C4500317 thru C4500840 TRX420FPA, 1HFTE372*C4300482 thru C4302461 TRX420FPA Camo, 1HFTE375*C4300061 thru C4300420 TRX420FPE, 1HFTE35K*C4501202 thru C4502881 TRX420FPE Camo, 1HFTE35M*C4500241 thru C4500360 TRX420FPM, 1HFTE35F*C4501441 thru C4502760 TRX420FPM Camo, 1HFTE35H*C4500301 thru C4500420 TRX420TE, 1HFTE344* C4500841 thru C4504020 TRX420TM, 1HFTE340* C4500542 thru C4503001 For more information, contact American Honda; toll-free at (866) 784-1870, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday, or online at and click on “Product Recall Information” at the bottom of the page for more information.

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