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Brio Scanditoy Recalls Clickclack Baby Rattle

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Recall Date:
April 01, 1985

Recall Details

April 1985  
Release # 85-014

Washington, D.C. -- In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Brio Scanditoy Corporation of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, today announced that it is voluntarily recalling its Model #30051 Clickclack baby rattle. The firm reports that some of the Clickclack rattles are poorly glued at the ends. If the end part of the rattle comes unglued, the small blue wooden piece inside the rattle is exposed and presents a potential choking hazard to infants playing with the rattle. No incidents of injury have been reported.

Brio Scanditoy distributed approximately 5,000 Clickclack rattles between July 1984 and February 1985. The rattle is made in Sweden and retails in the U.S. for approximately $5.00.

The wooden Clickclack #30051 is approximately 4.25 inches long. It has a bright red hemispherically-shaped knob at each end of a hollow body that contains the small blue noisemaker.

Consumers should return Clickclack #30051 rattles for a full refund to the retail store from which they were purchased or mail the rattles directly to Brio Scanditoy Corporation, 6531 North Sidney Place, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209. Consumers may call Brio Scanditoy toll-free for information on 800-558-6863. 

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