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Walgreens recalls Disney Baby Winnie the Pooh Rattle Sets

The feet on the Winnie the Pooh rattle can detach, posing a choking hazard

Walgreens of Deerfield, Ill., is recalling about 54,000 Disney Baby Winnie the Pooh Rattle Sets.

The feet on the Winnie the Pooh rattle can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.

The firm has received eight reports of the feet on the Winnie the Pooh rattle detaching. No Injuries have been reported.

This recall involves the Disney Baby Winnie the Pooh Rattle Set, which includes three rattles and is marked for ages 3 months and above.

The rattle, which has the cha...

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    Huffy recalls Torex Ride-on Toy UTVs

    The toy can move unexpectedly when connecting the battery after recharging

    Huffy Corporation of Miamisburg, Ohio, is recalling about 3,150 Huffy Torex 24V ride-on toy UTVs.

    The toy can move unexpectedly when connecting the battery after recharging, posing an injury hazard.

    The firm has received 36 reports of incidents. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves Huffy-branded Torex 24-volt ride-on toy UTVs (model number 17249).

    The toy UTVs measure 53 inches long, 43 inches wide and 27 inches tall when assembled, and are black with red trim, and “Torex” labels are on the front and side of the ride-on toy.

    The recalled toy UTVs were manufactured between June 2019, and November 2019, with date codes: 16919, 17119, 18019, 19019, 20019, 20219, 20519, 24819, 24919, 25019, 25219, 25319, 25419, 32219, 32319 and 33719.

    The model number and date code are located under left rear wheel well above left rear wheel.

    The toy UTVs, manufactured in China, were sold at Walmart stores nationwide and online at www.walmart.com from August 2019, through September 2020, for about $500.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled toy UTV and contact Huffy for a free replacement controller.

    Consumers may contact Huffy toll-free at (888) 366-3828 from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at torex@huffy.com, online at https://www.huffybikes.com and click on “Safety Notices” at the bottom of the page or use direct link https://www.huffybikes.com/recalls/.

    Huffy Corporation of Miamisburg, Ohio, is recalling about 3,150 Huffy Torex 24V ride-on toy UTVs. The toy can move unexpectedly when connecting the batt...
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    Kawasaki recalls model year 2021 Ninja ZX-14R motorcycles

    The front brake master cylinder may be missing a component

    Kawasaki Motors is recalling 84 model year 2021 Ninja ZX-14R motorcycles.

    The front brake master cylinder may be missing an internal component, which can cause inconsistent front braking force.

    Reduced braking effectiveness can increase the risk of a crash.

    What to do

    Kawasaki will notify owners, and dealers will replace the front brake master cylinder, free of charge.

    Owners are advised to not ride their motorcycle until the repair is complete.

    The recall was expected to begin December 4, 2020.

    Owners may contact Kawasaki customer service at (866) 802-9381. Kawasaki's number for this recall is MC20-11.

    Kawasaki Motors is recalling 84 model year 2021 Ninja ZX-14R motorcycles. The front brake master cylinder may be missing an internal component, which ca...
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    Hasbro recalls Super Soaker XP 20 and XP 30 Water Blasters

    The product contains lead levels that exceed the federal lead content ban

    Hasbro of Pawtucket, R.I., is recalling 52,900 Super Soaker XP 20s and Super Soaker XP 30s.

    The decorative sticker on the water tank of the water blaster toys contain levels of lead in the ink that exceed the federal lead content ban. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.

    No incidents or injuries are reported.

    This recall involves the Super Soaker XP20 (E6286) which is a green and orange hand-held water blaster, and the XP 30 (E6289) which is an orange and blue hand-held water blaster.

    “Nerf Super Soaker” and the model number are printed on the sticker on the side of the water blaster.

    The Super Soakers, manufactured in India, were sold at Target from March 2020, to July 2020, for about $8 (XP 20) and $13 (XP 30).

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately take the recalled toy away from children and contact Hasbro for instructions on how to return the product and receive a full refund.

    Consumers will be asked to unscrew the tank from the blaster and return the tank to the manufacturer using a postage prepaid label, for a full refund.

    Consumers may contact Hasbro at (888) 664-3323 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (ET) Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. (ET) on Fridays, or by email at SuperSoakerRecall@Hasbro.com or online at https://shop.hasbro.com/en-us and click on “MORE INFO” near the middle of the page for more information.

    Hasbro of Pawtucket, R.I., is recalling 52,900 Super Soaker XP 20s and Super Soaker XP 30s. The decorative sticker on the water tank of the water blaste...
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    Manhattan Toy recalls Musical Lili Llama

    The screws used to attach the spinning flowers to the sides of the toy loosen

    The Manhattan Toy Company of Minneapolis, Minn., is recalling about 4,000 Musical Lili Llama toys sold in the U.S. and Canada.

    The screws used to attach the spinning flowers to the sides of the toy can become loose and fall off, posing a choking hazard for young children.

    The firm has received seven reports of loose screws falling off the toy, including two reports of children putting the screws in their mouths.

    This recall involves Musical Lili Llama wooden activity toys.

    The llama-shaped wood toy has a multi-colored metal xylophone on the top, two wood mallets, a detachable maraca tail on the back, four spinning squares on the front, two clacking panels on the sides and two spinning flowers on the sides.

    Lot code 217120 IL is printed on the inside of the side panel below the company name and address.

    The toy, manufactured in China, was sold at toy stores nationwide and online at www.manhattantoy.com, Amazon.com and other websites from October 2019, through February 2020, for about $50.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately take the recalled toy away from children and contact Manhattan Toy for a free repair kit.

    Consumers may contact Manhattan Toy at (800) 541-1345 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CT) Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Friday, by email at mtreps@manhattantoy.com, or online at www.manhattantoy.com and click on “Recall Information” at the bottom of the page for more information.

    The Manhattan Toy Company of Minneapolis, Minn., is recalling about 4,000 Musical Lili Llama toys sold in the U.S. and Canada. The screws used to attach...
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    Step2 recalls children’s grocery shopping carts

    The basket can break into sharp pieces, posing a laceration hazard

    The Step2 Company of Streetsboro, Ohio, is recalling about 20,500 Little Helper’s children’s grocery shopping carts sold in the U.S. and Canada.

    The shopping cart’s basket can break into sharp pieces, posing a laceration hazard.

    The firm has received 22 reports of cart baskets breaking. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves Step2’s Little Helper’s Shopping Cart with the following model numbers and color combinations: 700000 (blue basket with tan cart,) 708500 (pink basket with white cart) and 8567KL (pink basket with gray cart).

    The grocery shopping carts measure 18.5 inches by 13 inches by 21.5 inches and have a shopping cart base and basket, four wheels and a doll seat.

    Only units with date code combinations of 5 and 19 are included in this recall. The date code can be found on the center rib on the back of the basket below the handle. The model number is located on the product packaging.

    The carts, manufactured in the U.S., were sold at BJ Wholesale Club, Kohl’s and other stores nationwide and online at Step2.com from May 2019, through October 2019, for about $40.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately take away the recalled shopping carts from children and contact Step2 for a free replacement shopping cart or a refund in the form of a $40 credit towards the purchase price of another Step2 product on www.Step2.com.

    Consumers may contact Step2 at (800) 347-8372 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, or online at www.step2.com and click on “Services & Recall” at the top of the page, then on “Product Recall” at the bottom of the page for more information.

    The Step2 Company of Streetsboro, Ohio, is recalling about 20,500 Little Helper’s children’s grocery shopping carts sold in the U.S. and Canada. The sho...
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    Juratoys recalls bead maze toys

    The wooden triangle shape piece poses a choking hazard

    Juratoys US of Millersburg, Pa., is recalling about 980 Sophie la Giraffe bead maze toys.

    The wooden triangle shape piece fails to meet the mandatory federal standard for small parts, posing a choking hazard to young children.

    No incidents or injuries are reported.

    The recall includes a round wood-based bead maze toy in the shape of the Eiffel Tower with a Sophie giraffe figure and three wooden shapes: Orange triangle, red heart and green star, that sort into the wood base.

    The gray Eiffel Tower stands 8 inches tall on a green circular base measuring 6 3/4 inches in diameter.

    This recall involves the following batch numbers, found on the bottom of the base of the packaging above the barcode:

    • 9321/J09504/022019
    • 9474/J09504/042019
    • 9549/J09504/052019

    The bead maze toys, manufactured in China, were sold at specialty toy and gift stores nationwide from February 2019, to November 2019, for about $25.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled toy and check the bottom for the recalled batch numbers. If the toy matches the recalled batch numbers, consumers should destroy the triangle piece and contact Juratoys to receive a free replacement triangle piece.

    Consumers may contact Juratoys US toll-free at (855) 665-9287 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at customercare@juratoysus.com or online at www.juratoysus.com for more information.

    Juratoys US of Millersburg, Pa., is recalling about 980 Sophie la Giraffe bead maze toys.The wooden triangle shape piece fails to meet the mandatory fe...
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    Toysmith recalls Light-Up Magic Wands

    The battery cover can detach and expose the button-cell batteries

    Toysmith of Sumner Wash., is recalling about 58,000 Light-Up Magic Wands sold in the U.S., and Canada.

    The battery cover can detach and expose the button-cell batteries, posing choking and ingestion hazards to young children.

    The firm has received one report of a child swallowing one of the batteries removed from the toy. Medical attention was required to remove the battery.

    This recall includes a fuchsia colored Light-Up Magic Wand topped with a star that flashes and makes noise. The recalled wands have a manufacturing date code printed in white on the bottom portion of the wand.

    Only magic wands with date codes between March 2018 (3/18/373) and June 2019 (6/19/373) are included in the recall. The UPC code 085761220034 and can be found on the hangtag.

    The wands, manufactured in China, were sold at Carter’s stores and various toy, grocery, hobby and gift retailers nationwide from June 2018, through October 2019, for about $5.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled magic wands, place them out of the reach of children and return them to store where purchased for a refund.

    Consumers may contact Toysmith at (800) 356-0474 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (PT) Monday through Friday, by email at info@toysmith.com or online atwww.toysmith.com and click on “Safety Info” at the bottom of the page for more information.

    Toysmith of Sumner Wash., is recalling about 58,000 Light-Up Magic Wands sold in the U.S., and Canada.The battery cover can detach and expose the butto...
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    Soft Play recalls Spider Climb playground climbers

    The climbing level platforms were designed too far apart

    Soft Play of Huntersville, N.C., is recalling about 200 Spider Climb playground climbers.

    The climbing level platforms were designed too far apart, posing a fall hazard to children who can fall climbing from one level to the next.

    There have been 37 incidents resulting in 34 reports of injuries.

    This recall involved Spider Climb enclosed vertical rope and plastic platform playground climbers installed in approximately 200 McDonald’s Restaurant Play Places.

    The climbers are designed with plastic platforms, ropes, cables and chains for children to scale inside a multi-level enclosed tower assembly.

    The climbers, manufactured in the U.S., were sold exclusively to and installed at about 200 McDonald’s Restaurant Play Places nationwide from February 2016, through October 2018, for about $350.

    What to do

    Soft Play has contacted all purchasers directly and installed all additional platforms free of charge to reduce the distance between platforms.

    Consumers may contact Soft Play collect at (704) 948-3442 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, or online at www.softplay.com and click on “Recall Alert” at the top of the page for more information.

    Soft Play of Huntersville, N.C., is recalling about 200 Spider Climb playground climbers.The climbing level platforms were designed too far apart, posi...
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