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Recall: Portable table saws could collapse unexpectedly

Black+Decker portable table saw (Source: CPSC) Black+Decker portable table saw (Source: CPSC)
(Source: CPSC) (Source: CPSC)
(KAIT) -

A table saw you can move around is handy, but one that can't stay on its stand can be a handful. That is the issue behind a recall for some Black+Decker portable table saws.

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the product made by Rexon can "collapse unexpectedly, posing laceration and impact injury hazards to the operator."

No injuries have been reported.

The table saws were exclusively sold at Walmart and on the store's website from February 2016 to August 2016.

The model number on the front of the 10-inch table saw is JT2504BD.

If you have the saw, stop using it and contact Rexon for a free replacement stand.

Click here for more information about the recall.

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