Nearly 40,000 Graco high chairs were just voluntarily recalled by the brand after parents reported their children falling over while in the chairs. Graco and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of the Table2Table 6-in-1 Highchair on Monday after receiving multiple reports of the chair legs snapping out of position, with five of those reports resulting in injuries.
"This highchair is a 6-in-1 convertible product that converts to various modes from a traditional highchair to a toddler seat," the brand wrote in a statement. "The rear leg(s) can pivot, posing a potential fall hazard to the child."
The recall is solely on this exact six-in-one high chair with polka dots, and no other Graco products. Wondering if your child's product is included in this recall? The affected chairs were sold exclusively at Walmart stores for $100 from October 2016 through December 2017. All products being recalled have the model number 1969721 and were manufactured between June 4, 2016, and Sept. 28, 2017. To locate the manufacturing date and model number, check under the seat of the high chair and under the booster seat.
Not only has the brand instructed consumers to stop using this product immediately, but it is also providing a free replacement kit and installment instructions by calling 1-800-345-4109 or emailing email@example.com.