December 15, 1999
- Selecta Wooden Toys Recalled by Käthe Kruse Doll
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Käthe Kruse Doll Co., of Troy, N.Y., is recalling about 2,400 Selecta wooden toys. The balls included with these toys are banned because theypresent a serious risk of choking deaths to young children.
May 5, 1999
- Wooden Shape Sorter Toys and Pistol Grip Soldering Guns Recall
The following product safety recalls were conducted by firms in cooperation with the CPSC. Zany Brainy Inc., of Wynnewood, Pa., is recalling about 220 Miffy Wooden Shape Sorters. Wooden pegs from the shape sorters can break off, presenting a small parts choking hazard to children. Homier Distributing Co., of Huntington, Ind., is recalling about 2,500 Pistol Grip Soldering Guns, model #PGSI30. The wiring on these sodering guns is undersized and the power cord could separate from the soldering gun. Use of these soldering guns poses a fire and shock hazard.
July 16, 1998
- Activity Block Sets Recalled by T.S. Toys
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), T.S. Toys of Hong Kong is recalling about 4,000 Activity Block Sets. Rods on one of the blocks could break, releasing small hollow cylinders. Young children could choke on these cylinders.
May 17, 1994
- Baby's Bucket-Sorting Toys Recalled
April 5, 1993
- Palkar Recalls Plastic Building Blocks Sold In Toys "R" Us Stores
March 26, 1990
- International Marketing Source, Inc. Recalls 600 Alphabet Block Sets
June 13, 1989
- "Creative Years" Blocks Toy Train Are Recalled
November 10, 1986
- McDonald's LEGO Building Set Toys Exchange
October 3, 1980
- Two "Bristle Block" Components Discarded/Replaced by Playskool
December 8, 1977
- Wooden Toy Alphabet Blocks Recalled by M.W. Kasch