About 530 LawnBott lawn mowers, made in Italy by Zucchetti Centro Sistemi S.P.A. and imported by Kyodo America Industries Co. LTD., have been recalled. It was because the cutting blades continue to rotate when the mower is lifted from the ground, posing a laceration hazard to consumers. Also, the spacing on the side of the lawn mower could allow room for a consumer’s foot to be struck by the blade. Kyodo America has received one report of a consumer lifting the mower from the ground and suffering minor lacerations from the moving blade. The recalled products, with the model numbers LB2000, LB2100, LB3000, and LB3200, are robotic lawn mowers that automatically cut grass by detecting the signal of a perimeter cable. They were sold at Kyodo America dealers nationwide from January 2006 through December 2007. Details: by phone at 877-465-9636; by Web at http://www.lawnbott.com or http://www.cpsc.gov.
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