The products contain defects in the design, warnings and instructions. Consumers should take the high-powered magnet sets and all associated individual magnets away from children and teenagers and contact the retailer for their remedy.
The zipper pull on eight styles of one-piece footed clothes for babies can detach. Brands affected are Baby B'gosh, Child of Mine made by Carter's or Just One You made by Carter's.
Consumers should immediately take the recalled clothing away from infants and return it to Carter's for a full refund.
The flowers and the bows on the baby socks can come off the Aubree's and Hearts socks. TRUMPETTE is printed on the soles.
Consumers should immediately take the recalled socks away from babies and remove the flowers or bows to eliminate the hazard, or return the socks to the place of purchase or Trumpette for a full refund or store credit.
About 33,000 pairs
The cribs' drop sides can malfunction and detach. Infants can roll and become wedged or trapped. Children can also fall out of the crib.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled cribs and contact customer service at Modus Furniture International to get a free immobilizer kit that will immobilize the drop side. The immobilizer kits will be available in May 2013. In the meantime, parents are encouraged to find an alternate, safe sleep environment for the child, such as a bassinet, play yard or toddler bed depending on your child's age.
The bolt and spacer that attaches the front wheels to the baby walkers can detach.
Consumers should stop using the recalled walker immediately, put it out of reach of young children and return it to a Toys R Us store for a full refund or store credit.
If two or more magnets are swallowed they can link together inside a child's intestines.
Consumers should immediately stop using the product and contact the company to arrange for return and a full refund.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled magnets and contact SCS Direct for instructions on returning the product for a $20 store credit.
Consumers should immediately stop using the trampolines and contact Sportspower to receive a replacement enclosure netting.
About 120,000 (92,000 units were recalled in May 2012)