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Where To Learn About Product Recalls

Depending upon the severity of a product defect and how widely a product may be distributed, product recalls may be advertised in newspapers, on websites, on TV, through mailing and at distribution points.  If you suspect or have heard that a product you have may have a product recall, you should check with the website of the product manufacturer for recall information or call the distribution point where you purchased the product.

Items that you have registered and the manufacturer has a record of your purchase and mailing address, will afford consumers with at minimum a letter informing them of the recall and what action to take to return or replace the product.

Some voluntary recalls of products with minor defects may not be widely publicized.  In these cases, the consumer generally must make a product complaint or ask about possible product recalls in order to take advantage of the recall.  Companies may do this to attempt to reduce product recall costs.

 

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