Fisher-Price High Chairs Recalled After Injury | NBC New York

Fisher-Price High Chairs Recalled After Injury

The seat back detached, the recall said

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    Fisher-Price has voluntarily recalled 24,000 convertible high chairs after a report of a child falling out and fracturing his skull when a seat back detached.

    The 3-in-1 High Chair, which converts from a high chair to a toddler booster, was sold at Target stores nationwide over the last four months for about $100, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. The recalled items, made in Mexico, have the product number P5369 printed on the side of the seat, on a label on the seat pad, and on the packaging.
     

    For more information, visit theConsumer Product Safety Commission.

    Consumers should stop using the chairs immediately. Contact Fisher-Price for instructions and a free repair kit by calling 800-432-5437 or clicking here.