Having a corporate blog gives us (Graco) the opportunity to talk with all of you in the vibrant parenting online community. Though most of the time you will find us talking about our experiences as parents and occasionally we’ll throw in a post or two about Graco® and our products; we will also use the blog as an additional way to get out safety information about an issue or a recall. We know our readers are engaged consumers and are connected to their friends online so we hope you help us spread the word to your communities as well.
Today we are announcing a SAFETY NOTICE for the Graco Jump ‘n Jive™ jumper.
Graco Children’s Products Inc. is announcing a safety notice regarding the Jump ‘n Jive jumper which may contain a design flaw that could expose children to a small part choking hazard. The affected jumpers contain detachable toys that utilize a strip of hook and loop fabric for attaching the toys to the jumper straps. (see photo to the side) The strip of fabric is not permanently attached to the toy and may become detached during use, thus posing a potential choking hazard to small children. The Jump ‘n Jive jumpers (model number 1755544) manufactured from March 1, 2009 through July 17, 2009 are affected by this notice.
If your jumper is affected you should immediately discard both the detachable toys and fabric strips. The jumper can still be used once you have discarded the affected parts.
For more information, you can view the safety notice on the CPSC website here or go to the recall page on our site. You can also go here to order your free replacement parts if your jumper is affected.
If you have questions about this safety notice, we ask that you direct them to our consumer service department. They can be reached here via e-mail or by phone at 1-800-345-4109 between 8am and 5pm ET.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Thank you.