- Fisher-Price Recalls 4.7 Million Rock n’ Play Sleepers
Fisher-Price Recalls 4.7 Million Rock n’ Play Sleepers
The well-known children’s manufacturer, Fisher-Price, has recalled 4.7 million of their popular Rock n’ Play sleepers. The recall involves all models
Since 2009, there have been over 30 infant deaths that have occurred in the sleeper due to rolling over while unrestrained or other circumstances.
The Rock n’ Play is an inclined sleeping product with soothing vibrations. It is also equipped with a strap.
The recall was issued a week after Fisher-Price and the government agency issued a warning advising consumers to stop using the sleeper by three months “or as soon as an infant exhibits rollover capabilities.”
Fisher-Price says consumers should immediately stop using the sleeper and contact them for a refund or voucher.
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Source: USA TODAY, “Fisher-Price recalls 4.7 million Rock ‘n Play sleepers”