Posted on Mar 15, 2009
This past Friday, the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) issued yet another recall for a defectively made Chinese product. This time, it was for over 50,000 holiday lights which were apparently sold at discount retailers in New York and New Jersey. It seems that this particular product suffers from a defective design in that the wiring is too short, which presents as a fire hazard. For further information, please visit the CPSC's website at www.CPSC.gov.

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