An urgent recall has been issued for a baby swing sold at Target stores across Australia over fears the adapter could cause electric shocks.
The plug in adapter for the Fisher Price Dots and Spots Puppy Deluxe Swing was recalled on Monday due to the risk of causing an electric shock.
Product Safety Australia warned the swing included an overseas plug-in adapter and could cause an electric shock if used with an incompatible power source.
The plug-in adapter model ‘SKU GVF83 for the Fisher Price Dots and Spots Puppy Deluxe Swing is being recalled over fears the plug may cause an electric shock (pictured)
The plug-in adapter is being recalled on Tuesday for the Fisher Price Dots and Spots Puppy Deluxe Swing (pictured)
The adapter model ‘SKU GVF83’ is being recalled with consumers advised to stop using the item immediately to avoid the risk of serious injury or death.
Other Mattel/Fisher-Price products are not affected by this recall.
The powered baby swing was sold at target stores online and in-store across the country, and on catch.com.au between 1 January 2021 and 4 September 2021.
Affected customers will be contacted immediately and Mattel will provide them with an Australian approved plug-in adaptor as a replacement at no extra cost.
For more information, consumers are encouraged to contact Mattel Consumer Relations by email or phone 1300 135 312.
Source: Daily Mail UK