Product recalls: stair gates, jumpers

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The following recalls have been announced:

_ About 31,500 Safety 1st SmartLight stair gates, manufactured in China and imported by Dorel Juvenile Group USA of Columbus, Ind., because the hinges can break. No incidents have been reported. This expands a February recall of 100,000 gates. The recalled gates were sold online as well as by mass merchandise and juvenile product stores nationwide between January 2005 and July 2009. Details: by phone at 866-690-2540; by Web at or

_ About 2,400 Jump 'n Jive doorway jumpers, manufactured in China by Graco Children's Products Inc. of Atlanta, because the strips of fabric can come loose from attached toys and pose a choking risk. The company has received one report of a child with a detached strip in the mouth, but no reports of injuries. The recalled jumpers were sold online and at Babies "R" Us and other children's stores nationwide. Details: by phone at 800-345-4109; by Web at or

_ About 43,000 Circo booster seats, manufactured in China and imported by Target of Minneapolis, because the restraint buckle can open unexpectedly. The company has received eight reports of buckles opening in this manner. The recalled seats were sold at Target stores around the country between December 2008 and June 2009. Details: by phone at 800-440-0680; by Web at or

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