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September 25, 2000

Tiny Love Super Car-Bar Recalled

Maya Toy Bar RecalledGarden Grove, CA (SafetyAlerts) - The Maya Group Inc. said today it is voluntarily recalling about 20,000 toy bars for repair. The toy bar attaches to car seats and strollers and has removable toys. One of the toys, a car, can break during use resulting in a small plastic part that poses a choking hazard to young children.

The Maya Group Inc. has received six reports of toy cars breaking. There have been no reports of injuries.

The toy bars being recalled are the Tiny Love Super Car-Bar, made of multicolor fabric. Three toys attach by Velcro fasteners onto the toy bar. The car that can break moves back and forth on a yellow track. The toy car was made between August 1999 (0899) and January 2000 (0100). The manufacturing date follows a two letter code and is written as month, year on a white tag attached to a Velcro fastener. A "TINYLOVE" label is attached to the side of the car and to the Velcro fastener. The toy was made in China. A toy steering wheel with musical key and a traffic light are also on the toy bar.

Catalogs and specialty stores nationwide sold the toys from August 1999 though August 2000 for about $30.

Consumers should remove the toy car from the toy bar immediately and call Maya for a free replacement toy at (888) 521-2202 anytime. Consumers also can write to Customer Affairs, The Maya Group Inc./Tiny Love, 12622 Monarch Street, Garden Grove, CA 92841.

 
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