The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a voluntary recall of convertible high chairs made by Evenflo Inc. and sold nation wide, reports PRNewswire.com.
Around 35,000 of the convertible high chairs have been recalled due to a faulty activity tray that can randomly detach and pose a falling risk for children in the chair. Evenflo Inc. has received reports of 18 detaching trays, with eight of those resulting in children sustaining bumps and bruises from the fall.
The Evenflo high chairs, sold nationwide between December 2011 and June 2012 for around $40 at Walmart and Toys “R” Us, and online at Wayfair.com and Walmart.com, can change from a high chair to a toddler-size chair and table.
The recalled high chairs carry the following model names and numbers, which are found on a label placed on the lower section of one of the chair legs: Dottie Lime; Model #29111259, Dottie Rose; Model #29111271, Marianna; Model #29111234.
If you currently own one of the recalled high chairs, stop using it immediately and contact Evenflo for a free replacement tray with use and installation guidelines. You can call Evenflo at (800) 233-5921, or visit their website by clicking here.
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