Fisher-Price recall is complex. Here's how to sort it out.
Fisher-Price recall involves four different products, 46 model numbers, and almost 11 million units.
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The concern is that the trikes' protruding D-shaped or disk-shaped plastic ignition key can injure children that strike or fall onto them. Contact Fisher-Price for a free replacement key. More information on the trike recall is available here.Skip to next paragraph
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If you have a high chair, the model number can be found on the back of the seat. Three varieties of high chairs are involved in the recall: Healthy Care™ High Chair (79638, 79639, 79640, 79641, B0326, B2105, B2875, 4630, C4632, C5936, G4406, G8659, H0796, H1152, H4864, H7241, K2927, and L1912); Close to Me High Chair (H8906); and Easy Clean™ High Chair (H9178, J4011, J6292, and J8229).
Children falling on the pegs of the rear legs of the high chairs can be injured. Fisher-Price is offering a free repair kit. For more information, click here.
If you have a Little People Wheelies Stand 'n Play Rampway, check the undercarriage of the plastic purple and green cars. If they are model No. T4261 or V6378, marked “Mexico,” and do not have a yellow dot on the bottom, they're included in the recall.
The CPSC says the wheels on the cars can come off, pozing a choking hazard. Consumers can contact the company for free replacement cars. For more specifics, visit this website.
If you have an inflatable ball attached to an infant toy, check to see if they're part of the recall. The list includes all Baby Playzone™ Crawl & Cruise Playgrounds (73408); Baby Playzone Crawl & Slide Arcades (B2408); Ocean Wonders Kick & Crawl Aquariums (C3068); Baby Gymtastics Play Walls (H5704); and Bat & Score Goals (K0476). Also included are the Ocean Wonders™ Kick & Crawl™ Aquarium (H8094) and the 1-2-3 Tetherball (J0327) manufactured before 2008 are included in this recall. The date code for the H8094 Ocean Wonders aquarium is located on the back side of the fabric tag on the quilt. The date code for the J0327 1-2-3 Tetherball is on the bottom of the base. (If the fourth digit of the six-digit date code is 7 or less, the product is included in the recall.)
The CPSC warns that the valve on the inflatable ball in these toys can come off and pose a choking hazard. The company advises parents to keep the ball away from children but not to discard the ball. Fisher-Price will send a free replacement kit, including a better-designed valve. More information is available here.