MATTEL & FISHER-PRICE
GeoTrax™ Engine Lead Paint Hazard Recall
Fisher-Price, in cooperation with the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission is voluntarily recalling a number of Fisher-Price GeoTrax™ engines. The recalled engines were sold in retail stores nationwide from September 2006 to September 2007.
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The affected engine is a red engine with a yellow ladder and horn details
that was sold in the H5705 GeoTrax™ Rail & Road System Freightway Transport™ and the K3013 GeoTrax™ Rail & Road System Special Track Pack. The affected toys were painted by a specific subcontractor during a limited timeframe. Fisher-Price has identified the particular pigment that was contaminated and has confirmed that it is the yellow surface paint decorating the ladder and horn details which contains lead in excess of permissible levels.
Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.
Fisher-Price has also confirmed the limited dates of manufacture impacted by this recall. Use this online guide to determine if the product you own is affected by this recall. Please remove any affected parts from the hands of children, immediately.
Please have your product near you as you continue.
Please locate the six digit alphanumeric code on the engine.
If you own a Red engine with Yellow ladder and horn details, type the first four numbers of the code from
I do not own a Red GeoTrax™ Engine with Yellow Ladder and Horns,
matching the picture at the top of this page.
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