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    • 1/27/2020
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    • 20191226-4A37D-2147375785
    Incident Description: I purchased the LOL Glamper for my niece for Christmas. She opened the toy and tried to use it, but her finger got stuck in the button used to separate the two pieces of the glamper. Her mom had to help remove her finger, which was completely stuck in the ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (1/13/2020) Thank your for the information. Information regarding these incidents were sent to the CPSC Office of Compliance. The product was certified by third party lab and reviewed internally for compliance to all applicable standards.
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    • 4/11/2019
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    • 20190320-73723-2147382091
    Incident Description: Our 7-year old daughter was playing with her MGA Entertainment brand L.O.L. Surprise! Real Wood House (dollhouse). It includes a "working elevator" which is a clear plastic elevator 'car' mounted to the a plastic rail attached to a side of the dollhouse. ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (4/12/2019) Internal investigation of production and inventory confirmed that elevator feature operates with the established acceptable forces. The LOL House has been tested and certified by third party labs and no hazards were identified. Item complies with all ... (More)
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