Flexible Flyer Swing Sets Recalled For Breaking Hazard
A line of children’s swing sets has been recalled because of breaking and falling hazards.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Health Canada and the Troxel Company, issued a recall of Troxel’s Flexible Flyer Swing Sets Wednesday, July 11, 2012. The recall was issued after Troxel and the CPSC received reports of the set’s seesaw seats breaking off, creating a falling hazard.
The recalled swing sets were sold at Walmart, Toys R Us, Academy, and other specialty stores and online retailers. They were sold between December 2011 and May 2012. The swing sets came in 11 different models, all included swings and a seesaw with an attachment for bars or a slide.
The recalled models and model numbers of the defective products are:
- Big Adventure (#41575);
- Fun Fantastic (#41577);
- Fun Fantastic II (#41578);
- Backyard Flyer (#42003);
- Backyard Fun (#42013);
- Backyard Swingin’ Fun (#42023);
- Windsor II (#42030);
- Fun Time (#42124);
- Fantastic Playground (#42126);
- Triple Fun (#42544); and
- Triple Fun II (#42560).
The model numbers are on a sticker underneath the top bar of each swing set. If you have purchased one of the affected models, contact Troxel and the company will send you a free repair kit.
If you have been injured using a product that was defective or was later recalled, you may be able to receive compensation with the help of a defective product lawyer. Contact the Miley Legal Group for a free consultation – 1-877-652-1031.