Ryobi Snowblowers Could Overheat

One World Technologies is recalling Ryobi 40-Volt Brushless Snow Blowers because of potential overheating that poses fire and burn hazards. The company has received two reports of the snow blowers overheating d... Read More...
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Ryobi battery chargers recalled

One World Technologies of Anderson, SC, has recalled over 500,000 Ryobi-brand battery chargers manufactured by Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. of China, and sold in the U.S. The company is also recalling an addi... Read More...
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Ryobi Battery Chargers Recalled Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

Over 600,000 Ryobi battery chargers are being recalled from One World Technologies due to the possibility of the chargers malfunctioning and posing fire and burn hazards. Consumers should immediately remove any battery from the charger, stop using the recalled charger, unplug it and contact the manufacturer for a replacement.

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Ryobi battery pack recalled

Importer One World Technologies, Inc. of Anderson, SC has recalled about 54,200 Ryobi-brand lithium battery packs manufactured by Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. of China. One World says that the battery packs c... Read More...