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December 20,  2001

LTD Commodities Has Recalled Snowman Holiday Porcelain Lanterns
 

Bannockburn, Ill  (SafetyAlerts) - LTD Commodities Inc. has recalled about 33,000 Snowman Holiday Porcelain Lanterns. These snowman lanterns can crack or catch fire due to excessive heat from the tealight candles, which poses a risk of injury to consumers.

LTD Commodities has received 18 reports of the snowman lanterns cracking or catching on fire, including one consumer who suffered a burn to her finger.

The recalled Holiday Porcelain Votive Lanterns are shaped like a snowman and have a white body; brown, tree-limb-like arms; an orange nose; and a black hat. A votive tealight candle illuminates the snowman from inside, which can be seen through holes in the body, the face, and hat. The lanterns have a product code number of HVO-MAN 102723-01, and have a label on the bottom of the snowman that reads in part, "WARNING: This item becomes extremely hot during use" and "MADE IN CHINA."

LTD Commodities sold these lanterns through their mail-order catalogs between September 2001 and November 2001 for about $4.

Consumers should stop using these lanterns immediately and contact LTD Commodities toll-free at (866) 736-3654 between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. CT Monday through Friday for information about returning the product for a full refund.

 
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