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Convertible high chair Dottie Lime model number
Baby
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
High Chairs (1555)
Evenflo Company, Inc.    
Evenflo
29111259
 
 
Wal-mart
Virginia
4/12/2012
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. Once she had both feet on the table she was using the tray to hoist herself into her seat and even though the tray was in correctly it completely came out of place and my daughter tumbled off and broke her right clavicle.
6/11/2012
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Injury→Injury, Emergency Department Treatment Received
My Child
Female
2 years 8 months
Yes
No
No
I will keep the product and I tried to contact the company but they were closed.
No
Yes
Comment from Evenflo Company, Inc. 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 children should never be allowed to climb into any high chair, particularly with the tray attached, as the child’s weight can cause the high chair to tip and fall, resulting in injuries. Convertible High Chairs with model numbers beginning with “2911” were the subject of a recall announced June 5, 2012, for tray detachment issues unrelated to this type of misuse, but Evenflo has already provided this consumer an approved remedy kit for her high chair to address the recall issue. Consumers who own an Evenflo Convertible High Chair with a “2911” model number and are not aware of the June 2012 tray recall should contact Evenflo at 1-800-233-5921 or on the web at safety.evenflo.com to register for an approved replacement tray and supplemental instructions.

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