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EVENFLO Activity Table Recall

By Jackie Burrell
Wednesday, February 18th, 2009 at 8:07 am in Toy Recalls.

Recalled Evenflo Activity Table Annnnnnnd, another recall. This time it’s 213,000 Evenflo Activity Centers (pictured, right), whose end cap can fall off, posing a fall hazard – and we’ve read and re-read the Consumer Product Safety Commission report and we still can’t figure out how the loss of an end cap can make you fall. But the Evenflo and CPSC staffers say nine children have gotten bumps and bruises, and one broke his collarbone, so they’re taking no chances. If you’ve got an Evenflo ExerSaucer Triple Fun stationary activity center (model #6231711), a $120 toy purchased any time since Oct. 2006, call Evenflo at 800-233-5921 (or click the link) to get a free replacement cap.

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  1. Dianne Says:

    Falling is caused by the baby leaning on the end piece, which slides right down and off. For some idiotic reason one end cap slides upward to not quite lock into place when assembling. So when babies lean, pull up, or even just place a hand on the endcap, their weight forces the cap down and off. And baby tumbles to the floor. The entire table is not stable at all anyway. Our son loves it, but an adult must hold on to the table to keep it from tipping over every time the child is playing there. How this table stage passed safety inspection (nevermind the said end cap) is a wonder to us. Caveat emptor.

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