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Safety Alert! Fisher-Price Recalls 71,000 Ultra-Lite Play Yard Inclined Sleeper Accessories

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Have a Fisher-Price play yard?

Fisher-Price announced a voluntary recall of the inclined sleep accessory that is included with all Fisher-Price Ultra-Lite Day & Night Play Yard models. Approximately 71,000 units are being recalled due to safety concerns as infants may roll from their back to their stomach or side while unrestrained.

The recalled products include model numbers CBV60, CHP86, CHR06, CJK24, and DJD11. While no injuries have been reported, other infant fatalities were reported earlier this year while using other inclined sleep products, such as the Rock ‘n Play Sleeper or Kids II Rocking Sleeper.

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It’s important to note that the inclined sleeper accessory is the only portion of the product that is being recalled.

The play yard itself and the changing station clutch accessory/carry bag are not being recalled, and customers can continue using them.

If you have an inclined sleep product, contact Fisher-Price immediately for a refund or voucher by visiting the Fisher-Price safety website or Mattel.com. Or, you can contact them at 800-432-5437 from 9 AM to 6 PM ET Monday through Friday for more information.


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Comments 3

  1. T

    I have this one at my parents house for my baby. Didn’t use it that much. Only had it if needed. What happens if i check and it is the same upc, do thsy usually want the item? Do they pay for shipping? Or you just give details and you get a refund?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi T! It looks like they will give you a refund or a voucher. You can always give them a call for additional details – 800-432-5437. Hope that helps!

  2. M

    I really hope this doesn’t mean that all reclined sleepers (with restraints) will be taken off the market. That is the only way my baby would sleep for months because of his medical issues. Using a boppy or such solution is unsafe while using these sleepers is safe if you use them as intended and make sure the baby is always restrained and not old enough to pull themselves out/roll over, etc

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