Product recall is something you would like to keep your eye on, especially if it is related to the products that you might be using. A recent news released by Associate Press reports recall of two products, strollers for kids and wooden folding chair. Let us take a look at some more details of recent recall:
- About 3,700 strollers manufactured between 2007 and 2008 in China and distributed by Lan Enterprises LLC of Hillsboro, Ore., formerly of Beaverton, Ore.
- The product was recalled because the frame latch above the front wheels can allow babies to unexpectedly collapse.
- 185 reports of frame latch failures, including one report of scrapes and bruises have been confirmed so far.
- The strollers were sold by juvenile products stores including http://www.babiesrus.com/, between January 2007 and August 2008.
- For more details, please contact via phone 888-966-7379 or visit http://www.cpsc.gov/.
- About 7,000 wooden folding chairs, manufactured in China...
and imported by Fred Meyer Inc. of Portland, Ore.
- The reason for recall is that their wooden frames can break.
- There have been three reports of broken chairs, resulting in back and shoulder pain, along with sprains and contusions.
- The chairs were sold at Kroger, Fred Meyer, Ralph’s, Fry’s, Smith’s, Dillon’s, Gerbes, City Market and Baker’s stores nationwide from February 2009 through December 2009.
- For more details, please contact via phone 800-632-6900 or visit http://www.cpsc.gov/.
Take precaution if you are using these products and make a call at the give contact numbers.