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Monday, August 13, 2007

Fisher Price Toys Recalled due to Lead Paint

Dozens of some of the biggest-selling toys from Fisher-Price are being recalled in a lead paint scare.

The move follows the discovery of problems with a number of character-based products marketed for children as young as two years old.

The company is recalling 83 types of Chinese-made toys because their paint contains excessive amounts of lead.

Parent company Mattel said no injuries had occurred as a result of the sales, but urged parents to stop children using the affected toys immediately.

Fisher-Price Toys with Lead Paint Hazard Recall

There has been a recall announcement for Fisher-Price toys representing various Nickelodeon and Sesame Street characters.

Please choose from the following options.
  1. Help me determine if I own product(s) affected by this recall.

  2. Review the recall announcement.

  3. My product is not affected or has already been serviced for this recall; Take me to the home page.

  4. View and print the recall brochure. If you own affected product(s) you will also need to complete the Help me application (if you haven't done so already) to order a prepaid mailing label for the return of those items.

    The list of products included on this website are ONLY for the recall in the United States and Canada. To determine the recalled products in your county, please contact your local Mattel office or distributor. Please click here to look up the contact information. Additionally, your local retailers that sold the recalled product have received information concerning the recall and can assist you in determining if you own any of the recalled products. You may also find information on your local Fisher-Price website at: http://www.fisher-price.com/intl.asp.

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