For Immediate Release
Yesterday, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall of 35,000 Evenflo convertible high chairs. The tray attachment can unexpectedly detach, and children could fall out of the chair.
These chairs were sold at Toys R Us and Walmart stores from December 2011 through June 2012. View the CPSC's recall notice here.
This type of defect could have resulted from defective design or may have resulted from a manufacturing defect.
In a defective design case, the product was designed improperly, resulting in a defect which affects all products.
In a manufacturing defect case, the product or a certain number of products are defective due to a defect that occurs during manufacture. For example, a machine may have malfunctioned during manufacture, resulting in a single defective product or a defective batch of the same product.
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