Posted: November 30, 2013

LaRose Industries recently recalled 102,000 of its Cra-Z-Art Snoopy Sno-Cone machines. So far there have been 64 incident reports filed for the defective Sno-Cone machines that pose a risk of mouth and teeth injury due to brass rivets that can fall out of the machines ice-shaving cylinder.
The Sno-Cone machines, manufactured in China, are made of white plastic and shaped like a dog house with a red roof and a red shovel. Pictures of Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy and a snowman are portrayed on the front of the machine. There is a metal ice-shaving cylinder in the middle of the sno-cone machine.
The defective Sno-Cone machines were sold at Barnes & Noble, Target, and Toys ‘R’ Us stores nationwide, and were also available for purchase online at from September 2012 through July of 2013. Consumers who purchased one of the defective machines are asked to discontinue use immediately and contact LaRose Industries for a repair kit that includes a new ice-shaving cylinder.
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