155,000 Fisher-Price kitchen toys recalled for choking hazard
- November 6, 2007 3:52 PM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
Fisher-Price has announced a global recall of about 155,000 Laugh & Learn Learning Kitchen toys because they pose a choking danger to young children.
The recall issued Tuesday affects 12,500 English editions and 2,400 French versions of the toy sold in Canada. The toy was manufactured in Mexico.
The company warns its kitchen sets' faucets and clock hands contain small pieces that may come loose and present a choking hazard.
There has been one incident of pieces detaching from the clock hand along with two reports of parts releasing from the faucet in Canada.
The toys have been sold in stores across the country since May 2007 for about $70. Parents should remove the affected toys from their children's play area and contact the company for a repair kit.
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