Graco Recalls More Than 1 Million High Chairs After Hundreds Topple

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Graco is recalling Harmony High Chairs. Credit: CPSC

Graco Children's Products is recalling its popular Graco Harmony High Chairs after receiving nearly 500 reports of them tipping over. At least two dozen injuries to children have been reported, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said.

About 1.2 million of the high chairs were sold nationwide since November 2003 for $70-$120. The company has stopped making them. Every Harmony High Chair that has been made is subject to the recall.

The high chairs should not be used until they are repaired.

To learn more about this recall or to read about other product safety issues, visit the Consumer Ally page on our sister site WalletPop.com.

Related: Baby Slings Targeted by the CPSC
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