Baby recliner recall

WASHINGTON (AP) - Portable baby recliners that are supposed to
help fussy babies sleep better are being recalled after the death
of an infant.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall
Monday of 30,000 Nap Nanny recliners made by Baby Matters LLC of
Berwyn, Pa.
CPSC says it's investigating a report that a 4-month-old girl
from Royal Oak, Mich., died in a Nap Nanny that was being used in a
crib. The child was reportedly found hanging over the side of the
foam recliner, caught between the Nap Nanny and the crib's bumper.
The agency says it is aware of 22 reports of infants, mostly
under 5 months, falling over the side of the Nap Nanny despite most
of the babies being strapped into the harness on the recliner. The
Nap Nanny is not meant to be used in a crib and instead should be
placed on the floor away from other products, CPSC said.
The Nap Nanny was designed to mimic the curves of a car seat -
elevating a baby slightly to help reduce reflux, gas, stuffiness or
other problems.
The recliners were sold at toy and children's retail stores
nationwide and online from January 2009 through this month. They
cost about $130.
Consumers should contact the company to receive new product
instructions and warnings and in certain cases, a coupon toward the
purchase of a new Nap Nanny.
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Nap Nanny:

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