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Bugaboo stroller recall 2013

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Bugaboo is recalling its Cameleon3 strollers because of the risk of the child falling, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced.

About 9,200 strollers in the United States and 960 in Canada are affected.

The stroller features a removable seat and bassinet, which you carry using a U-shaped carry handle.

The company has received at least 16 complaints of the carry handle breaking.

Strollers included in the recall have serial numbers from 19010 11153 00001 to 19010 51248 00215. You can find the serial numbers printed on a horizontal bar of the stroller's chassis beneath the seat.

If you have this stroller model, you should immediately remove the handle from the bassinet and contact Bugaboo for a free replacement handle. You can continue using the stroller as long as you keep the seat or bassinet attached to the chassis.

The stroller was sold at Buy Buy Baby, Toys R Us, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Bugaboo.com, and other baby product stores and online retailers from September 2012 to March 2013.

You can contact Bugaboo Americas at (800) 460-2922, serviceus@bugaboo.com or online at www.bugaboo.com.

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