1. Parents Busy Time Activity Center
This recall involves a wooden activity center that has a multi-coloured bead run on the top. Activities on each side include a 4-tone xylophone and rasp, butterfly and caterpillar spinners, zig-zag drum, castanets, and pockets with "alligator", "bear", and "cat" pillow characters. The recalled toy has date code 400090GC, model number 400090 and UPC 011964447640. The date code can be found on the bottom of the product packaging near the UPC code and on the sewn-in label attached to the bear character.
Activity centers with orange plastic pegs are not included in this recall. Only activity centers with wooden pegs with date code 400090GC are involved in this recall.
Wooden pegs on xylophone activity can come loose, posing a choking hazard to children.
The US CPSC and Manhattan Toy have received one reported incident of a child putting a peg in his mouth. In Canada, Manhattan Toy has received one reported incident in which a mother noticed the pegs came off. No injuries were reported. Health Canada has not received any reports of incidents or injuries related to the use of these toys.
What to do: Consumers should immediately take the toy away from young children and return it to the store where purchased for a refund or exchange for another toy. Consumers may also contact Manhattan Toy for instructions on receiving a replacement item or a full refund.
For more information, consumers may contact Manhattan Toy toll-free at 1-800-541-1345 between 8AM and 5PM CST Monday through Friday or visit the Manhattan Toy website.
2. Oball Links & Mini Rattle
This recall involves the Oball Links & Mini Rattle. The soft plastic Oball toy is approximately 6.3cm (2.5inches) in diameter and has beads in a plastic cube attached to it.
The Oball is attached to a plastic chain by a C-shaped plastic link. There is another C-link attached to the other end of the plastic chain. The word 'Oball' is stamped into the top of the plastic chain.
Recalled products have model number 1048 and UPC 8-34282-01048-4 printed on the back of the product packaging.
The C-link can break, releasing small parts; these small parts pose a choking hazard to young children. In the United States, Rhino Toys, Inc. and the US CPSC has received one report of the C-link breaking, with no reported injuries. Health Canada has not received any reports of incidents or injuries related to the use of this product in Canada.
What to do: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled product and contact Rhino Toys, Inc. to arrange for a full refund (including shipping costs).
For more information, consumers may contact Rhino Toys, Inc. at 1-888-250-9969 between 9AM and 3PM Monday to Friday, or by e-mail at email@example.com. Consumers can also visit the Rhino Toys website.
3. Jump Seat on certain Baby Jogger Strollers
This recall involves the Baby Jogger Jump Seat. This is a fabric seat accessory that can be attached to the mounting bracket on the frame of a Baby Jogger City Elite, Baby Jogger City Classic, or Baby Jogger Summit stroller, allowing a toddler and baby to ride together in the same stroller at the same time.
The recalled accessory has the name "Baby Jogger" on the front and item number J7J50. The item number can be found on the product packaging.
If the Jump Seat is not attached to the stroller frame properly and locked into place, it can detach from the frame, posing a risk of injury to the child sitting in it. In Canada, Baby Jogger has received one report of the Jump Seat detaching from the stroller frame, leading to a child suffering scrapes and bruises. There have been 3 reports in the United States of the seat detaching as well. Health Canada has not received any reports of incidents or injuries related to the use of this product.
What to do: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Jump Seat and contact Baby Jogger for further instructions.
For more information, consumers may contact Brands in Motion, Inc. (Baby Jogger's official Canadian distributor) at 1-866-774-7177 between 8AM and 5:30PM EST Monday to Friday, or by visiting the Baby Jogger website.
4. Burlington Basket Bassinets
This recall involves all Burlington Basket bassinets manufactured before June 2010. Affected models have folding legs attached to the basket with white plastic pins.
Bassinets with non-folding legs attached with metal pins are not included in this recall.If the cross-bracing rails are not fully locked into position, the bassinets can collapse causing the infant to fall to the floor or fall within the bassinet and suffer injuries.
If the cross-bracing rails are not fully locked into position, the bassinets can collapse causing the infant to fall to the floor or fall within the bassinet and suffer injuries. In the United States, Burlington Basket Company has received 10 reports of incidents in which the recalled bassinets collapsed when the folding legs were not locked into place. Two infants received minor injuries as a result of these collapses, including a bruise to the head and a bruised shoulder. Health Canada has not received any reports of incidents or injuries related to the use of these bassinets.What to do: Consumers should immediately stop using the bassinets and check the cross-bracing support rails to make sure they are in the locked position. To properly lock the support rails into place, the end tabs must be fully inserted into the holes on the leg assembly and twisted one quarter turn into the locked position.
Consumers should contact Burlington Basket Company for a free kit including labels and detailed instructions on proper assembly of the cross-bracing support rails and decals with assembly instructions to place on the bassinet. A video showing proper assembly of the bassinets is available on the Burlington Basket Company's website.
Please note that this recall does not involve returning the bassinet.
For more information, consumers may contact Burlington Basket Company at 1-800-553-2300 between 8AM and 4PM CT Monday through Friday, or visit the Burlington Basket Company's website.
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