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(KSL News) -- A number of products are being recalled, because they're unsafe.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the ideal solenoid voltage tester short's out easily, burning it's user.
And a trampoline sold by the Hedstrom Corporation, which also comes with safety nets around it, has welds on its frame that can break off.
A home trends kiddy sling chair from Wal-Mart has small plastic bolt covers that are a choking hazard to young kids.
Also making the list are the Earlyyears Bobbie Bear stacking rings and the Cervelo bicycle fork.
Visit the included web links for more information on any of these product recalls.