EVENFLO CONVERTIBLE HIGH CHAIRS About 35,000 high chairs are being voluntarily recalled because the activity tray can come loose and allow an unrestrained child to fall and possibly be injured. The chairs were sold at Toys "R" Us and Walmart stores nationwide and online at Walmart.com and Wayfair.com between December 2011 and June 2012 for about $40. Evenflo has received 18 reports of trays that detached, including eight reports of children who fell from the high chair and sustained bumps and bruises. The chairs have the following model names and numbers:
IF YOU OWN ONE Contact Evenflo for a replacement tray with installation and use instructions. Call (800) 233-5921 between 8 a.m. through 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit safety.evenflo.com
BLACK & DECKER COFFEEMAKERS About 159,000 Black & Decker® Spacemaker™ 12-Cup Programmable Under-the-Cabinet sold at major retailers nationwide from July 2008 through May 2012 for about $50-80 have been recalled. The coffee pot handle can break, causing cuts and burns to the consumer. The firm has received 1,276 reports of handles breaking, including 68 reports of burns and/or cuts. The coffeemakers are designed to mount under a cabinet and come in either white or black. The words “BLACK & DECKER® SPACEMAKER™” are printed in the top right-hand corner. The coffeemakers have a digital time display in the top left corner and five round buttons above the water reservoir. The 12-cup coffee pots are glass with a molded handle the same color as the machine and a silver metallic bracket running around the glass near the bottom.
The recall includes model numbers SDC740, SDC740B, SDC740BR, SDC740C, SDC740DIS, SDC740R, SDC750, SDC750C and SDC750DIS. The model number is printed on the underside of the coffeemaker, directly below the water reservoir.
IF YOU OWN ONE Contact the company, Applica, for a free replacement pot. Call (866) 708-7846 between 8:30 a.m. through 5 p.m. ET, or visit acprecall.com
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