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Tip-Over Hazards

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This warning is being issued by: Consumer Products Safety Commission and the Food & Drug Administration

Date: September 23, 2010

Description: The Consumer Products Safety Commission is warning parents to secure TVs, appliances and furniture to prevent accidental tip-over. 

The CPSC estimates that approximately 16,000 children under the age of 5 were treated in emergency rooms for tip-over related injuries (2006 estimates). To prevent injury, parents are encouraged to:
        --Anchor furniture to the floor or wall to prevent tipping and ensure all free-standing appliances have anti-tip brackets
        --Place TV on sturdy, low-rise stand and push TV back as far as possible
        --Keep electrical cords out of child's reach
        --Keep items that could entice your child's curiosity off of TV stands
                                                                                                             
To learn more visit the CPSC: http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml10/10351.html
                                                   


The recall presented here has been obtained directly from the Consumer Products Safety Commission. The CPSC is committed to ensuring the safety of a wide range of consumer products. Here at Babies 411 we provide the recalls that are focused on infant products. Visit the CPSC to find out more information on recalls for all children's products, toy hazards, household products, outdoor products, specialty products and sports & recreational products.

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