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Fisher-Price Cradle Swing Recall

April 25, 2016 by Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria LLP

As a consumer, you have a reasonable expectation that the products you buy will be safe to use. Most consumers put great care into the things that they buy, especially when those products are for children. Read more for a recall alert on a children’s product that could have an effect on your family or loved ones.

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has, along with Fisher-Price, announced the voluntary recall of three models of Fisher-Price infant cradle swings. The models being recalled are:

  • CHM84 Soothing Savanna Cradle ‘n Swing
  • CMR40 Sweet Surroundings Cradle ‘n Swing
  • CMR43 Sweet Surroundings Butterfly Friends Cradle ‘n Swing


Image credit: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission

This recall comes after two reports of the seat peg coming out from under the seat, causing the seat to fall unexpectedly. There have been no injuries reported, but the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends that consumers stop using the swing immediately to avoid any potential harm. About 34,000 units have been recalled. The swings were sold at stores such as buybuyBaby and Target, as well as websites like Amazon, from November 2015 to March 2016. To determine if your swing has been recalled, check the product number, which can be found on the seat underneath the pad. If your swing is part of the recall, the USCPSC recommends that you stop using it immediately and contact Fisher-Price for new assembly instructions. Click the link for the full recall summary from the USCPSC.

Who to call

The product liability attorneys at Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria have a history of fighting for clients injured by defective products. The firm has the strength to win cases against large companies that produce and market dangerous products. If you or a loved one have been affected by a defective or dangerous product, contact the attorneys at Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria for a consultation.


This article does not purport to give legal advice and is for informational purposes only.

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