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    • 7/3/2017
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    • 20170425-A33D1-2147404048
    Incident Description: Babytrends tempo high chair locking mechanism on legs of high chair failed yesterday causing high chair to fold up and collapse while 20 month old was in it eating lunch.
    Business Comments:
    (6/27/2017) Baby Trend prides itself in providing High Quality and Safe products to the marketplace. This product meets all CPSC and ASTM F 404 testing protocol for high chairs. Baby Trend has reached out to this consumer to have the product returned at no charge to to ... (More)
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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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    • 8/24/2012
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    • 20120723-8BA4E-2147465444
    Incident Description: A screw fell out of the backrest and caused the back to collapse while my child was seated in it. It is also extremely difficult to secure the tray to the chair frame. I was standing next to my child when it happened, so I was able to catch her. She did not ... (More)
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    (8/20/2012) This consumer contacted the CPSC because the seat back on her child’s Evenflo Majestic™ high chair inadvertently detached and because she was having problems keeping the tray attached. No injuries were associated with this report. The Majestic high chair was ... (More)
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