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Summer Infant Recalls 2 Million Baby Bathers

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Summer Infant Bather

 

 

This recall is being issued by: Consumer Products Safety Commission

Recalled on: August 29, 2012

Description:  Summer Infant recalls over 2 million Baby Bathers due to fall and injury hazard. When the bather is lifted and/or carried with an infant in it, its folding wire frame can suddenly disengage from the side hinge and drop the baby out of the bather.

 

 

 

 The following model numbers are involved in this recall:

08020

08650

18049

18390

18475

08050

08655

18120

38750

18479

08054

08659

18125

38755

18050

08070

08754

18129

18440

08754

08401

08940

18360

18445

18254

08409

08944

18375

18449

18394

08404

38510

18379

18470

18004

08405

38515

 

 

 

           

Have this product?: The CPSC is recommending that you immediately stop using this product until the repair kit has been obtained and bather has been repaired. The free repair kit includes a locking strap and instructions. Download repair instructions for the 2 strap bather here and the 3 strap bather here.

These Baby Bathes should never be used to lift or carry an infant, even with the locking strap in place.  

       

To receive your free repair kit, contact Summer Infant at (800) 426-8627 or complete this online form. Do not return the Baby Bather to retailers as they will not be able to provide the repair kit. 

To learn more on this recall visit: http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml12/12262.html or by visiting the company's website

 
The recall presented here has been obtained 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 productstoy hazardshousehold productsoutdoor productsspecialty products and sports & recreational products.
 

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