SAN ANTONIO - See what's being recalled in this week's recall roundup.
Jogging Strollers Recalled
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Popular jogging strollers are among the products recalled this week for safety reasons.
Delta recalled 28,000 J is for Jeep-brand cross-country all-terrain jogging strollers because leg brackets on the strollers can break and the baby can fall out.
Various models sold from August 2015-August 2016 are involved. They were sold at stores nationwide, including Target and Walmart.
Contact Delta at 800-377-3777 or through www.deltachildren.com for a repair.
Approximately 13,000 children's nightlights are recalled because they pose a shock hazard.
The recall involves Skip Hop's Moonlight and Melodies owl and elephant nightlights that play tunes or nature sounds and project images.
They were sold at retailers including Babies R Us and Target from July 2016-August 2017.
The power adapter can break. The company is aware of one electrical shock.
Consumers can contact Skip Hop at 888-282-4674 or through www.skiphop.com for instructions to receive a replacement part.
Resistance Bands Recalled
Dick's Sporting Goods has recalled some 207,000 resistance bands because they can break while in use and cause injuries.
The recall involves Fitness Gear latex tubes sold for the past two years. Consumers can return them to the store for a refund with a receipt or store credit without a receipt. For more information, visit www.cpsc.gov/recalls.
After reports of singed arms and burnt hair, Saber Grills is recalling various models of gas grills and LP regulators because of a fire and burn danger. The company has received 35 reports of the regulator malfunctioning. They were sold in stores and online from September 2011-May 2017.
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