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IKEA Canada Voluntarily Recalls Belt for ANTILOP children’s high chair
[National]  BURLINGTON, Ontario - Today, IKEA Canada has initiated a voluntary recall on the belt for the ANTILOP children’s high chair. The high chair belt can open unexpectedly in use, creating a fall hazard.
January 5, 2012, Burlington, Ontario – At IKEA, the safety and security of our customers and co-workers is a top priority. IKEA asks that all customers who have an ANILOP high chair from supplier 17389 and production date 0607-0911 (YYMM) to immediately stop using the chair and contact IKEA for a replacement belt.

Name of product: Belt for ANTILOP children’s high chair
Units: 36,000 in Canada
Distributor: IKEA
Hazard: The high chair belt can open unexpectedly in use, creating a fall hazard.
Incidents/Injuries: While there have been no incidents in Canada, IKEA is aware of eight reports of belts opening, including four resulting in minor injury when a child fell from the high chair.
Description: This recall involves the ANTILOP children’s high chair belt from supplier 17389 with production dates 0607-0911 (YYMM).
Sold exclusively at: IKEA globally from July 2006 to November 2009 for $19.99
Manufactured in: China
Remedy: Visit an IKEA store for a replacement belt.
Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact IKEA toll-free at (800) 661-9807 or visit www.IKEA.ca

Media Contact:

Madeleine Löwenborg-Frick
Public Relations Manager
IKEA Canada
Madeleine.lowenborg-frick@ikea.com
905-637-9440 x6378

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