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SOURCE: 12 volt replacement battery Dorel

Hello,
I'd like to bring your attention to a CPSP (U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission) recall on the battery for this item. http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml06/06018.html So it looks like the battery is on the company itself this time. But just in case here is the link for the new battery itself http://www.safety1st.com/usa/eng/Products/Play-Relax/Toys/Details/2699-50800-Ride-On-Battery

  • Hazard: An electronic malfunction can occur in the ride-on vehicle's circuit board and/or battery connector, resulting in smoking and melting of components. This poses a vehicle fire hazard and a burn hazard to consumers if components are touched while malfunctioning.
  • Remedy: Consumers should take the recalled ride-on vehicles away from children immediately and contact the company for a free repair.
  • Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact Dorel Juvenile Group's Ride-On hotline toll-free at (866) 611-3022 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit http://www.djgusa.com/usa/eng/
Regards, Tony

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