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    • 10/17/1995
    October 17, 1995 Release # 96-003 WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Playskool had announced a voluntary recall to repair program for all of Playskool's 1-2-3 High Chairs. Playskool had learned that plastic joints on some of ...
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    • 7/29/1993
    July 29, 1993 Release # 93-098 PRODUCT: Model 21-01-027 high chair/youth chair manufactured by Peg Perego, U.S.A. Models involved in this repair program have a white molded seat and were produced between March 11, 1992 and March 26, 1993. A total of 20,846 ...
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    • 3/17/1993
    MARCH 17, 1993 Release # 93-052 WASHINGTON, DC -- CPSC today is unilaterally warning consumers that certain inexpensive, upholstered, metal framed stacking chairs, manufactured and distributed by Flanders Industries, Inc. of Fort Smith, Arkansas from 1970 ...
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    • 3/14/1989
    March 14, 1989 Release # 89-019 "Cutie Pie" Dolls Recalled For Potential Choking Hazards WASHINGTON -- Largo Toys of New York is voluntarily recalling all models of "Cutie Pie" dolls because the arms can be pulled off and may present choking hazards to young ...
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    • 2/11/1987
    Children's Chairs Recalled by Dellano's Mexican Products NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 11, 1987 Release # 87-009 Dellano's Mexican Products ...
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    • 5/23/1985
    High-Chairs Repaired by Sassy NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 23, 1985 Release # 85-028 Sassy Inc. Announces Voluntary Repair Program For Model 021 ...
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    • 8/22/1977
    High Chair Recalled by Century NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 Note: Replacements are no longer available. Do not use these products. Please discard or destroy these ...
    • REPORT
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    • 7/10/2012
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    • 20120616-48878-2147466563
    Incident Description: I purchased an Evenflo convertible highchair a couple months ago for my 2 1/2 year old daughter from Wal-mart. One day she was trying to climb into the highchair by herself. She put her foot on the table part and pulled herself up on to the table completely. ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (6/29/2012) The consumer reported to the CPSC and to Evenflo that her approximately 2 ½-year-old child fell while climbing on the outside of her Evenflo Convertible High Chair, causing injury to the child and the tray to detach. Evenflo advises all high chair owners that ... (More)
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    • 4/11/2011
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    • 20110320-8FDAB-2147481179
    Incident Description: Tonight my 2 year old daughter pushed her feet against the dining room table and tipped her Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair with such force that she hit her head against the door and bent her neck forward, chin against chest as she banged to the ground. We were ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (1/3/2013) Stokke LLC takes product safety issues very seriously and thoroughly investigates any report made to us or the CPSC. In this instance, we have been in contact with the customer and, based on the information provided to date, have concluded that the reported ... (More)
    (3/31/2011) Stokke has contacted the author of the claim requesting additional information for further investigation.

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