Step2 toy station recall

Step2® Sand and Water Transportation StationTM Trains recall

September 7 2010 Health Canada announced a Joint Recall with Step2® Company, and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (US CPSC).

Which unit is recalled?

This recall involves Step2® and and Water Transportation StationTM intended for children ages two and up. The toy station consists of a round blue plastic table with a train track around it, and includes train cars in red, yellow and blue, r toy sailboats and a hand rake/shovel. The "Step2®"logo decal is on the side of the table.

You can find the UPC code 733538790395 on this recalled toys. The recall involves only the trains with light blue wheels — model numbers 790300 and 7903TA. Be advised that trains with gray wheels and the base table are not included in this recall.

What is the danger?

The light blue plastic wheels can detach; these small parts pose a choking hazard to young children. At the time of recall neither Health Canada nor Step2® has received any reports of incidents or injuries related to the use of these products.

What do I do?

You should immediately take the recalled train cars away from your children. Contact Step2 to obtain free replacement train cars. You may contact Step2® toll-free at 1-866-860-1887 between 8AM and 6PM EST Monday through Friday or visit the firm's website.

How many, where, when and who made them?

Canada has had about 7,774 units sold at Costco and at retail stores nationwide. In the United States the sales are approximately 56,000 units. The recalled toys were sold from December 2008 to June 2010.

These toys were manufactured in China. The company is Step2 Company, LLC of Streetsboro, Ohio, USA.