Voluntary Recall for Toy Xylophones Sold In Texas

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    Consumer Product Safety Commission
    Miniature toy xylophone imported by Dallas-based King Import Warehouse, recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission over lead concerns.

    An importer is recalling 144 xylophones sold in Texas because surface paint on the toy violates the lead paint standard.
    A notice today from the Consumer Product Safety Commission says consumers should immediately take the recalled toys away from children.

      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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