Peg Perego Stroller Recall
Italian baby product manufacturer Peg Perego has issued a recall of strollers due to strangulation and entrapment hazards associated with the tray. Over two hundred-twenty thousand strollers are being recalled after infant deaths occurred.
Even though the Perego recall is being issued in 2012, the deaths took place six to eight years before the recall. Perego’s Pliko strollers that have two cup holders on the tray and a front bumper are not included in the recalled units. The Perego stroller models affected by the recall were manufactured between 2004 and 2007 and their model numbers are IPFR28US34xxxxxxxx; IPFT28NA63; IPFT28NA64; IPP328MU10; IPP328MU09; IPP328US09; IPP328US10; IPP329US10; IPPA28US32; IPPA28US33; IPPA28US34; IPPD28NA34; IPPF28NA32; IPPF28NA57; IPPF28NA65; IPPF28NA66; IPPF28NA67; IPPF28NA68; IPPO28US32; IPPO28US34; IPPO28US62; IPPO28US69; IPPO28US70; IPPO28US71; IPVA13MU09; IPVA13MU10; IPVA13US09; IPVA13US10; IPVA13US32; IPVA13US34; IPVC13NA32; IPVC13NA34
Families who have Perego strollers that have “Peg Perego,” “Venezia” or “Pliko-P3” printed on the side could be affected. First, they should stop using the stroller. Second, contact a NC personal injury attorney if a defective stroller has injured your child. Third, Perego is issuing a repair kit to recalled stroller owners. The repair kit can only be ordered here and is not available at retailers.
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