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PRODUCT RECALL INFORMATION
Thule Bike Carriers
Thule Group, in conjunction with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), is recalling certain Thule Range, Camber 2, and Camber 4 bike carriers. The weld on the bike arm assembly may be defective, causing the bike arm assembly to detach.
Recalled Product: Thule Camber 2 bike (#905800), Thule Camber 4 bike (#905600), and Thule Range 4 bike (#905700) manufactured in the date codes listed below:
Product Description: Thule Range (905700)
Date Code: 05/02/22-07/26/22
Product Description: Thule Camber 2 (905800)
Date Code: 04/14/22-06/23/22
Product Description: Thule Camber 4 (905600)
Date Code: 03/31/22-06/23/22
Affected Product Sold at DICK’S:
Product Description: THULE CAMBER 2 BIKE
Product Description: THULE RANGE 4 BIKE
Product Description: THULE CAMBER 4 BIKE
Hazard: Due to a manufacturing defect, when the bike carrier is in use, a weld on the arm assembly can crack and fail. If the safety strap or locking cable is not used, the bike arm assembly can become detached from the bike carrier, which could cause a vehicle crash or injure nearby pedestrians.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the bike carrier and determine if your product falls within the recall population. If so, contact Thule Group for a replacement bike mast assembly.
For more information: See www.thule.com/rangecamber22recall or call Thule Group at 1-888-290-1266 Monday-Friday from 8:00a-5:00p ET
Summit Viper Level Pro SD Climbing Treestands
Summit Treestands, LLC, in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), is voluntarily recalling its 2022 model year Viper Level Pro SD Climbing Treestands due to potential for the tree cable to dislodge from the cable assembly, posing a fall hazard to consumers.
Recalled Product: Styles SU81140 & SU81141
Additional Detail: Product was sold January 2022 through October 2022. The stand can be differentiated from other Summit climbing stands by the EasyLevel dial system which allows for the level of the treestand to be changed while at height. The warning label located on the stand’s seat will have a mark next to the product name “VIPER LEVEL PRO”.
Hazard: A cable can dislodge during use, posing a fall hazard
Remedy: Discontinue use immediately and return to the manufacturer for a full refund.
For more information: Contact Summit’s customer service at 1-844-940-2688, M-F from 8am-5pm CT, or visit their website:
Horizon T101-05 Folding Treadmills
Johnson Health Tech Trading, in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, is voluntarily recalling Horizon T101-05 Folding Treadmills due to potential fall hazard.
Recalled Product: Horizon T101-05 Folding Treadmills
Additional Product Detail: DICK’S Style: HTM1234-00
The treadmill has a running area that measures 55 inches long by 20 inches wide and has a 33-inch-wide console. The display has red LEDs that provide workout information to the user. Horizon T101-05 is printed on the treadmill’s serial number label. The name of the model and the serial number are located on the metal frame near the power switch, as shown circled above. The serial number starts with the letters “TM”. Only treadmills with the following serial numbers are included in this recall:
MODEL NAME: T101-05 China
Serial Numbers Starting With: TM734
MODEL NAME: T101-05 Vietnam
Serial Numbers Starting With: TM486
Hazard: The treadmills can unexpectedly accelerate, change speed, or stop without user input, posing a fall hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled T101-05 treadmills and contact Horizon to receive a free USB with a software repair to install on the treadmills.
For more information: Contact Horizon Fitness online at https://www.horizonfitness.com/support/recall or www.horizonfitness.com and click on “Safety Notices,” or Horizon Fitness toll-free at 888-223-1045 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday or by email at email@example.com for more information.
Goalsetter Wall-Mounted Basketball Goals
Goalsetter, in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, is voluntarily recalling wall-mounted basketball goals due to serious impact injury hazard and risk of death; one fatality reported.