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Baby toys, strollers recalled

Strollers that can cut off fingertips, lamps that pose burn hazards, toys that kids can choke on and more problem toys are recalled.

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Pull toy recalled
Sarah Lindenfeld Hall

More recalls this week from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

They are:

About 600,000 wind chime toys made by Tiny Love. The toy can be pulled apart exposing sharp metal rods and aren't safe for kids. A two-year-old punctured his cheek with the rods.  The toys were sold separately, with the Gymini Kick & Play Activity Gym and Tiny Smarts Gift Sets. Click here for photos and more information about what to do if you have one.
About 360,000 Discovery Kids Animated Marine and Safari Lamps. The lamps can cause an electrical short and pose a fire and burn hazard. There have been nine reports of incidents, including one involving smoke inhalation injury to a child. Click here for details.
About 14,000 Britax "Blink" single umbrella strollers. The child's fingertip can be cut off or injured in the stroller's hinge mechanism. Click here for a photo of the product and more details.
About 2,400 pull toys, which are in the shape of a toucan, alligator or shark, made by the Manhattan Group. The toy has wooden components that can break apart and a child can choke on them. Click here for details.


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