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    • 4/27/2017
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    • 20170318-39569-2147405105
    Incident Description: When we put my son on the high chair we were feeding him. He got fussy and then he fell back in the high chair only hanging by the seat belts lucky for those but it is not stable because the seat to adjust keeps falling down we only had the high chair for a ... (More)
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    (4/18/2017) We are in receipt of your notification dated April 6, 2017, providing consumer complaint information concerning an incident associated with a product reportedly sold by Graco Children’s Products Inc. (“Graco”). Based on the information provided in CPSC Report ... (More)
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    • 5/11/2015
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    • 20150413-BE7D8-2147433781
    Incident Description: The product is a portable crib (Dream On Me Cassidy Canopy) and we have found that the screws come lose and were found inside the crib at the infant's reach. The mattress does not stay in place and was found on top of the infant. The metal frame on which the ... (More)
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    (4/20/2015) Hello I am not understaning what the consumer is trying to say, she found screws then she goes to say about the mattress board is on top of the baby ??? will contact consumer to understand what happened. Best D.o.m.
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    • 3/4/2013
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    • 20130131-CA4F4-2147459219
    Incident Description: While standing and playing with the mailbox on the Little Tikes Activity Garden my child began to cry loudly with pain. As I went to my child her right hand was caught and pinching her fingers from the bottom of the mail box door. I couldn't pull her hand out ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (2/8/2013) Consumer contacted Little Tikes and child is fine. We exchanged the product and consumer appeared satisfied. This product has been in production for over a year and meets/exceeds industry safety standards.
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