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    • 8/26/2013
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    • 20130804-D8AFE-2147453442
    Incident Description: I received a carters brand high chair produced by summers infant in august 2010. The high chair is the classic comfort reclining wood highchair. Model 80053 date code 10032910. The highchair was put together according to manufacturers directions. As the chair ... (More)
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    • 1/9/2013
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    • 20121205-5F860-2147461315
    Incident Description: This bassinet began to wiggle and was very unsturdy. We were constantly tightening the screws until the wood began to split apart.
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    (1/15/2013) Child safety is our top priority at Summer Infant. All of our products are designed and tested to comply with applicable mandatory and voluntary safety standards. We have called the customer and hope to get more details and the product back for evaluation.
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    • 8/29/2011
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    • 20110805-75243-2147476508
    Incident Description: After two weeks of using this product one of the main bars on it came loose. Thankfully my child is still a tiny newborn or the weight could have caused him to fall.
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