Toy Helicopter Recalled - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/28/08

Toy Helicopter Recalled

A remote-controlled toy helicopter is being recalled.  The Thunder Wolf indoor toy helicopter has a rechargeable battery that can overheat, melting the helicopter's body.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has received seven reports of this toy overheating and melting, and at least one report of the toy catching on fire.  The Thunder Wolf helicopter is made of plastic and foam and has "TW0996" printed in its tail. Only the helicopters that do not have "Made in China" stamped on the underside of the helicopter are involved in the recall.

Consumers are asked to contact the maker of the toy, Westminster, Inc. for a refund. Retailers will not accept returns or offer refunds on the helicopter. For more information contact Westminster, Inc. at 1-800-618-0023.

(Click Here) to visit the company's web site.  (Click Here) to send an e-mail to the company.

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