April 6, 2000Fisher-Price Bounce 'n Play
Activity Domes Recalled
Aurora, NY (SafetyAlerts)
- Fisher-Price has announced the recall of Bounce 'n Play Activity Domes because the nylon
bands that hold the surface level may become detached causing the surface to tilt.
This may create a suffocation hazard if the infants get trapped at one side.
There have been 28 reports of the
nylon band detaching and causing the play and nap surface to tilt. No injuries have been
There are two sets of codes located on a fabric
tag at the bottom of the domes. The model number affected by this recall is 79534.
There is also a 6 digit code near the bottom
center of the label. If the 6 digit code ends with the number 8 the dome is affected
by this recall. If the code ends with a 9, it is only part of this recall if the
fist 3 numbers are 001 through 286. Codes ending in 0 are not affected.
Mass merchandise, juvenile products and major
discount stores have sold the Bounce 'n Play Activity Domes nationwide from December 1998
through March 2000 for about $50.
Consumers with affected Bounce n' Play Activity
Domes should stop using them and contact Fisher-Price at 1-800-505-0600.
Notice of this product warning was sent via email
to SafeMail subscribers April 7,
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