News 12 at 6, April 2, 2008
Sunglasses and an Imaginarium Activity Center are the focus of Recalls and Ripoffs.
About 144,000 children's "Main Street Drag" sunglasses are being recalled because there's too much lead in the paint on them.
They have Main Street Drag characters on the bottom of one lens and Main Street Drag is also printed in orange at the temples.
The style number is d125k7116.
They were sold at, among other places, Walgreens, Academy Sports and CVS Stores from October of 2007 to March of 2008. Call 866 928-1913 to find out how to get your refund.
Next up are the Imaginarium Activity Centers. More than 16,000 of these are being recalled because of a choking hazard.
They were sold at Toys 'R Us stores from August of last year to February of this year. Some small parts on the toy can fall off and become a choking hazard to your child.
The item numbers are 69042 and 69083.
Take the toy away from your child and call 800-869-7787 to find out how to get your refund.
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