Flashing Pacifiers Recalled

January 13, 2009
Pacifiers & Teething
Top Goods Trading
The Danger:
The pieces of the pacifier can separate, posing a choking hazard. The necklaces pose a strangulation hazard.
This recall involves about 38,000 flashing pacifiers that have a yellow heart-shape mouth guard and handle. There is a 15-inch cord attached to the handle. LED lights are activated by pushing the heart-shape handle into the base of the pacifier.
Sold At:
Retail stores in the Los Angeles area from November 2007 through November 2008 for about 50 cents.
What To Do:
Take the recalled pacifier away from children immediately and contact Top Goods Trading for a refund or exchange. For more information, contact Top Goods Trading collect at (213) 680-0388 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday.
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