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Thousands of cribs, high chairs, baby monitors recalled

Thousands of cribs, high chairs, baby monitors recalled

PRODUCT SAFETY:Tens of thousands of children's products were among the top recalls announced this week. Photo: clipart.com

Mayborn recalls two models of baby monitors

Mayborn USA is recalling more than 25,000 baby monitors due to a strangulation hazard, the company announced on Thursday. The recall involves two models of the Tommee Tippee Movement and Sound Baby Monitors with Sensor Pads, sold nationwide for $150.

Nearly 3K high chairs pose fall risks

Nearly 3,000 Dream On Me high chairs have been recalled because they pose a strangulation and fall hazard to young children. The high chairs sold for about $60 through Walmart and Amazon.

Ouef recalling thousands of cribs

Ouef is recalling 14,000 of its cribs after receiving multiple reports of the slats breaking. The cribs sell for about $800 at independent and speciality stores, and online.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission maintains a complete list of recalls and consumer safety information

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