A model of the Fisher-Price Rock & # 39; s Play Sleeper that is the subject of a voluntary recall. | Image with permission from US Consumer Product Safety Commission, St. George News
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Fisher-Price announced the recall of all models of Rock & Play's Play Sleeper Friday.
"For nearly 90 years, Fisher-Price has made our children's safety and quality of our products our top priority. It's a commitment without compromise," the firm said in a consultative. "In recent days, however, questions have been raised about Fisher-Price Rock Play Play – so today we are announcing a voluntary recall of all units of the product."
According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, child killings have occurred in sleepers after the babies rolled from their backs to their stomachs or side while they were unrestrained or under other circumstances.
Since the product was introduced in 2009, over 30 child mortals have occurred in sleepers, according to the Security Commission.
Of the 10 deaths reported since 2015, the Security Commission says the infants were over 3 months old, which is the age of babies beginning to transmit behavior. 19659003] According to the Safety Commission, Fisher-Price had warned consumers to stop using the product when infants learn to roll over, but the reported deaths indicate that some people are still using the product when babies get in touch
About 4 , 7 million Rock Play products have been sold, which retailer for between $ 40-149.
"Consumers must immediately stop using the product and contact Fisher-Price for a refund or coupon," said the Security Commission on Friday.
Information on receipt of refunds can be found online at Fisher-Price website or by calling 866-812-6518 from 9 am 7 am to 4 pm MDT Monday to Friday.
The Security Commission also recommends that parents always create a safe sleep environment for infants, whether using a crib, basin, playground or inclined sleep.
"Never add blankets, pillows, stuffed toys, or other things to the environment and always place babies to sleep on their backs," said the security commission.
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