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Ocean Technology Systems recalls underwater communication devices

The battery circuit board may short and ignite after a dive

Ocean Technology Systems of Santa Ana, Calif., is recalling about 536 underwater communication devices sold in the U.S. and Canada.

Water can leak into the device during a dive and penetrate into the battery pack, causing the battery circuit board to short and ignite after the dive.

The firm has reported one small fire with the battery’s PC circuit board during testing. No injuries have been reported.

This recall involves the PowerCom 3000D, 5000D, and MilCom 6000D underwa...

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    Massimo Motor Sports recalls percussion massage guns

    The lithium-ion battery system can overheat

    Massimo Motor Sports of Garland, Texas, is recalling about 12,630 massage guns.

    The lithium-ion battery system can overheat, posing a fire hazard.

    The firm has received three reports of fires with the recalled massage guns that resulted in over $15,000 in property damage. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves all models of the Massimo Percussion Massage Gun.

    The massage guns have 20 speed levels and came with six massage heads and a built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery. They were sold in black, silver, gold, and blue; all were model number EM003.

    Model numbers can be found on the Product information card in the package.

    The massage guns, manufactured in China, were sold exclusively online at Costco.com from April 2020, through May 2020, for about $60.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled massage guns and contact Massimo for a full refund.

    Consumers may contact Massimo Motor Sports toll-free at (877) 881-6376 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday, or online at www.massimomotor.com and click on “Product Recall” at the top of the page for more information.

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    LG Energy Solution Michigan recalls home energy storage batteries

    The home batteries can overheat, posing a risk of fire

    LG Energy Solution Michigan of Holland, Mich., is recalling about 1,815LG Chem “RESU 10H” Lithium-Ion Residential Energy Storage Systems.

    The home batteries can overheat, posing a risk of fire and emission of harmful smoke.

    The firm has received five reports of fires resulting in minor property damage. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves the LG Chem Model RESU 10H lithium-ion storage battery that is installed as part of a residential energy solar panel system.

    The recalled battery allows owners to capture and store energy from the solar panels.

    The batteries are wall mounted and measure 29.30 x 35.70 x 8.10 inches and weigh roughly 220 pounds.

    The LG Chem logo is located on the top left side of the front panel. The serial number of the recalled product begins with R15563P3SSEG and is located behind the access door of the RESU 10H (Type-R) home battery.

    The batteries, manufactured in Korea, were sold at various distributors of solar energy storage systems nationwide, including, but not limited to Sunrun, AEE Solar, Baywa, CED, Krannich, Independent Electric Supply, and Inter Island Solar Supply, from January 2017, through March 2019, for about $8,000.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately contact LG Energy Solution Michigan to schedule a free replacement. LG Energy Solution Michigan, its distributors and its installers also are attempting to contact all owners directly to arrange for modifications to the recalled batteries to reduce the risk of overheating until they can be replaced with new batteries.

    Consumers may contact LG Energy Solution Michigan toll-free at (866) 263-0301 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at RESUservice@lgensol.com, or online at www.lgessbattery.com/us for more information.

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    Rogue Fitness recalls home timers

    The lithium-ion battery inside the timer can burn due to overheating

    Rogue Fitness of Columbus, Ohio, is recalling about 8,900 Rogue Home Timers.

    The lithium-ion battery inside the timer can burn due to overheating, posing a fire hazard.

    The firm has received seven reports of the battery overheating, with two resulting in the battery burning and melting the battery compartment. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves the Rogue Home Timer, used to time exercise duration and rounds.

    The timer is in a black plastic case with "ROGUE" printed in white on the lower left hand corner. and measures about 13 inches long by 4 inches high by 1 ⅝ inches deep.

    The timers, manufactured in China, were sold online at Rogue Fitness websites www.roguefitness.com and www.rogueapo.com from June 2019, through June 2020, for about $150.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Rogue Home Timers and contact Rogue Fitness for instructions on how to receive a full refund.

    Consumers may contact Rogue Fitness toll-free at (844) 216-3846 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at qc@roguefitness.com, or online at www.roguefitness.com and click on "Recall Information" at the bottom of the page for more information.

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    Trianium battery phone cases recalled

    The lithium-ion battery in the cases can overheat

    Endliss Technology of Hayward, Calif., is recalling about 367,000

    Trianium cell phone battery pack cases.

    The lithium-ion battery in the cases can overheat resulting in thermal runaway, posing a burn hazard.

    The firm has received 96 reports of batteries overheating due to thermal runaway, including 10 reports of burn injuries.

    This recall involves Endliss Technology Trianium battery phone cases for all types of mobile phones.

    The cases were sold in black, gray, white and pink, with “Trianium” written on the back of the case.

    Recalled model numbers include: TM000006, TM000007, TM000008, TM000009, TM000010, TM000011, TM000046, TM000047, TM000048, TM000049, TM000101, TM000103, TM-06A-4000BBLK, TM-06A-4000ROGD, TM-06A-4000WSLV, TM-S6BC-BLK and MTS-3000-BBLK.

    The cases, manufactured in China, were sold online at Amazon.com from September 2014, through July 2020, for between $30 and $100.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled phone cases, dispose of them in accordance with local laws on battery disposal, and contact Endliss for a free replacement power pack.

    Consumers may contact Endliss toll-free at (844P) 609-0874, or online at www.trianium.com and click on “Battery Case Recall” at the top of the page for more information.

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    Yamaha Guitar Group recalls digital wireless equipment for electric guitars

    The lithium-ion battery can overheat

    Yamaha Guitar Group of Calabasas, Calif, is recalling about 86,700 Line 6 Relay G10 Digital Wireless Guitar Systems and USB charging cables sold in the U.S. and Canada.

    The lithium-ion battery can overheat and the battery cover can separate with force, posing fire and injury hazards.

    The firm is aware of four incidents worldwide of the battery cover separating forcefully from the transmitter, including one report of minor property damage. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves Line 6 Relay G10, G10S (G10SR), and G10T Digital Wireless Guitar System (G10 Family of Products) that allows an electric guitar to be connected wirelessly to an amplifier.

    The system consists of a transmitter, a receiver, and a charger. The receivers have both a 1/4” and XLR output to connect to an amplifier or other audio equipment. The products are black in color.

    The Relay G10T transmitter is stamped “Relay G10” and has a four-digit date code followed by a six-digit individual serial number.

    G10

    G10S (G10SR)

    G10T

    Serial ####

    Serial ###

    Serial ###

    6601000001

    6736000001

    6640000001

    The Relay G10T transmitter, manufactured in China, was sold at Guitar Center, Sweetwater Sound, Musicians Friend, Sam Ash, and other small retailers nationwide and online at Amazon.com from March 2016, through December 2019, for about $180 for the G10, $250 for the G10S, $100 for the G10T and about $15 for the USB charging cable.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled products and contact Yamaha to receive a free repair for the G10 Family of Products, and a full refund for the G10T USB charging cable.

    Consumers may contact Yamaha toll-free at (877) 865-4636 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (PT), Monday through Friday, or online at www.line6.com and click on “Relay 610 Corrective Action” at the bottom of the page or www.line6.com/g10recall for information on how to download a firmware update for the G10 Family of Products and to get a refund for the charging cable.

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