Notebook power cords, JVC flat screens recalled

Children's sunglasses pulled for lead levels

SAN ANTONIO – If you have an HP or Compaq notebook computer, check your power cord. Nearly 6 million have been recalled because they may be a fire hazard.

The recall involves Hewlett-Packard's LS-15 AC power cord. The cords have an LS-15 molded mark on the AC adapter end.

Notebooks, mini notebooks and accessories were sold with the power cords from September 2010 through June 2012.

Customers should contact Hewlett-Packard at (877) 219-6676 or at www.hp.com to get a replacement. Computers can still be used on battery power.

More than 200,000 children's sunglasses have been recalled because the paint has excessive levels of lead.

The recall involves 20 styles of Disney, Marvel and Sears/KMart brand glasses. The have characters like Spiderman and DocMcStuffins on them.

The were sold last winter at stores including CVS and Walgreens.

Consumers should contact FGX International at 877-277-0104 or online at www.fgxi.com for information about a refund or replacement.

The various styles can be seen at www.cpsc.gov.

Nearly 70,000 humidifers sold by QVC have been recalled because they are a fire hazard.

Great Innovations is recalling Air Innovations Ultrasonic Clean Mist humidifiers with mood lights. The company has received 100 reports of overheating.

Great Innovations is offering a repair kit. For more information: www.greatinnovations.tv or call 844-600-1370.

AmTran Video has recalled 27,000 JVC televisions because the stand neck can crack and the tv can tip over.

The recall involves 42-inch Emerald Series Full HD 1080P LED flat panels ,model EM42FTR with a serial number beginning with T.

They were sold from February through August at stores including Costco, Sam's Club and Walmart.

Consumers should contact AmTran Video at 855-328-6650 or www.jvc-tv.com.

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