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Dollarama recalls child's plastic patio chairs
- Starting date:
- August 21, 2014
- Posting date:
- August 21, 2014
- Type of communication:
- Consumer Product Recall
- Children's Products
- Source of recall:
- Health Canada
- Fall Hazard
- General Public
- Identification number:
Child's plastic patio chairs
This recall involves child's plastic patio chairs in a variety of colours, model number 3006952. The model number appears on the product label on the back of the chair.
The chair legs may collapse under the weight of the child, causing a fall and injuries. Tests performed by Dollarama indicate that these products do not comply with the requirements of the ASTM F 1838-98 Standard Performance Requirements for Child's Plastic Chairs for Outdoor Use.
Two incident reports involving four chairs were reported to Health Canada and Dollarama.
Approximately 967,660 chairs were sold in Canada.
Time period sold
The recalled chairs were sold from February 2009 to June 2014 in Dollarama stores across Canada.
Place of origin
Manufactured in China.
Star Glory Ltd.
What you should do
Consumers should immediately stop using the product and return it to the store to obtain a refund. You may contact Dollarama online by clicking on “Contact Us” or by calling 1-888-755-1006, extension 1000, at any time. (Please leave a message in the voice mailbox).
Please note that the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act prohibits recalled products from being redistributed, sold or even given away in Canada.
Health Canada would like to remind Canadians to report any health or safety incidents related to the use of this product or any other consumer product or cosmetic by filling out the Consumer Product Incident Report Form.