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Harbor Freight Tools is recalling more than a million chainsaw due to potential injury risk. The recall involves two models of 14-inch chainsaws sold... [Read More]
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More than 1 million chainsaws sold at national tool discount and equipment retailer Harbor Freight T... [Read More]
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Harbor Freight Tools is recalling one million electric chainsaws due to a malfunction that can pose a serious injury hazard to the operator. [Read More]
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Harbor Freight Tools has announced the recall of approximately 1 million electric chainsaws due to a malfunctioning power switch, according to the U.S. Consumer Product... [Read More]
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Harbor Freight Tools this week issued a recall for about a million electric chainsaws after three people were injured when their chainsaw continued to operate... [Read More]
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Defective saws may continue to run after they are turned off, officials said.        ... [Read More]
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Harbor Freight Tools announced a recall of two chain saw models that are sold under three different brand names, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission... [Read More]
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Harbor Freight Tools is recalling two models of 14-inch chain saws sold under three brands including Portland, One Stop Gardens and Chicago Electric. [Read More]
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Harbor Freight Tools has received 15 reports of malfunctioning chainsaws that continue to operate after it is switched off. At least three people have been... [Read More]
More than a million chainsaws from Harbor Freight Tools are being recalled because the power switch can malfunction causing a serious injury hazard. ... [Read More]
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More than a million chainsaws sold at Harbor Freight Tools stores nationwide are being recalled because they can continue to run after being turned off,... [Read More]
Harbor Freight Tools recalled 1,020,000 chainsaws because of a malfunction that makes them sound like the featured weapon in a slasher movie -- they can... [Read More]
Harbor Freight Tools has received multiple reports of saws continuing to run and causing injuries... [Read More]
Harbor Freight Tools is recalling more than 1 million of its Portland, One Stop Gardens, and Chicago Electric 14-inch electric chainsaws because the power switch... [Read More]
The company says the recalled chainsaws are Portland, One Stop Gardens and Chicago Electric chainsaws with the model number 67255 or 61592. [Read More]
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling more than one million chainsaws from Harbor Freight Tools because they can keep running even when... [Read More]
Harbor Freight Tools said it received 15 reports of injuries associated with the malfunction. [Read More]
Harbor Freight Tools is recalling more than one million chainsaws due to a serious injury hazard, according to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. [Read More]
Harbor Freight Tools has recalled more than a million 14-inch chainsaws because the power switch can malfunction. [Read More]
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