Product Safety Commission Issues Recall On Popular High Chair For Babies
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LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall on Evenflo’s convertible high chair.
The CPSC said its received reports from 18 people that the tray can detach unexpectedly, with eight of those people saying it caused their kids to fall out of the chair.
No serious injuries involving the chair have been reported.
Approximately 35,000 of the chairs have been sold.
For information on ordering a replacement tray visit www.safety.evenflo.com.