Chainsaws recalled due to power switch malfunction


The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that 14-inch electric chainsaws from Portland, One Stop Gardens, and Chicago Electric must be recalled.

The company has received 15 reports of defective chainsaws, resulting in three laceration injuries, according to the commission.

More than one million chainsaws are being recalled due to safety concerns. Three people were injured, including one serious arm injury that required stitches.

The first is the Portland green and black model, one stop gardens' green and black model and Chicago electric's red and black model. The model number is printed on the label on the bottom of the chainsaw. Model numbers are 67255 or 61592.

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Customers who have the recalled chainsaws should stop using them and contact Harbor Freight Tools for a replacement.

The chainsaws were sold at Harbor Freight Tools stores nationwide and online at www.harborfreight.comfrom May 2009 through February 2018 for about $50.

The recall notice says replacement chainsaws have been available since May 1, but the Harbor Freight website says they won't be available until Monday, May 21.

All recalled chainsaws were sold with a black blade guard.