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Manhattan Toy Recalls Musical Lili Llama Due to Choking Hazard

  • Recalled Musical Lili Llama
  • Lot code 217120 IL
Name of Product:
Musical Lili Llama

The screws used to attach the spinning flowers to the sides of the toy can become loose and fall off, posing a choking hazard for young children.

Recall Date:
April 02, 2020
About 4,000 (In addition, 63 in Canada)
Consumer Contact

Manhattan Toy at 800-541-1345 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Friday; email, or online at and click on ‘Recall Information’ for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves Musical Lili Llama wooden activity toy.  The llama-shaped wood toy has a multi-colored metal xylophone on the top, two wood mallets, a detachable maraca tail on the back, four spinning squares on the front, two clacking panels on the sides and two spinning flowers on the sides.  Lot code 217120 IL is printed on the inside of the side panel below the company name and address.


Consumers should immediately take the recalled toy away from children and contact Manhattan Toy for a free repair kit.


Manhattan Toy has received seven reports of loose screws falling off the toy, including two reports of children putting the screws in their mouths.    

Sold At
Toy stores nationwide and online at, and other websites from October 2019 through February 2020 for about $50.
Manufactured In:

The Manhattan Toy Company LLC, of Minneapolis, Minn.

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This recall was conducted, voluntarily by the company, under CPSC’s Fast Track Recall process. Fast Track recalls are initiated by firms, who commit to work with CPSC to quickly announce the recall and remedy to protect consumers.

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