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Fisher-Price recall: Here's a list of what's included

Fisher-Price recalled almost 11 million toys and children's products on Sept. 30. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission warns parents and caregivers to keep children away from the affected toys. Fisher-Price has detailed information at this website on how to get free replacement parts or repair kits for the toys. Here's a list of the recalled items:

- Geoff JohnsonContributor

This J72633 Hot Wheels Trike shows the orange D-ring 'ignition key' behind the handlebars that has prompted the recall. (Fisher-Price / Consumer Product Safety Commission)

1. Fisher-Price Trikes and Tough Trikes

Intended for toddlers ages 2 to 5, these tricycles have either D-shaped or disc-shaped 'ignition keys' upon which children can injure themselves. There are 10 reports of injuries.

Roughly 7 million trikes in the United States and 150,000 in Canada were sold, mostly by large retailers, between January 1997 and September 2010.

Affected item numbers (which can be found under the seat in the storage compartment): 72633 72639 72642 72643 72644 72792 B8775 B8776 K6672 K6673 M5727 N6021 T6209 V4270.