An importer is recalling 144 xylophones sold in Texas because surface paint on the toy violates the lead paint standard.
A notice Wednesday from the Consumer Product Safety Commission says
consumers should immediately take the recalled toys away from
No injuries have been reported.
The voluntary recall applies to a miniature toy xylophone with item number KW20119 manufactured in China and imported by Dallas-based King Import Warehouse.
The item number can be found on the packaging.
The toy xylophone was sold from December 2007 through February
2008 for about $1 at Dollar Zone "giant", Sam 99 Cent Store, and 99 Cents Mart in Texas.
Consumers should return them to the Texas store where they were
purchased for a replacement toy.
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