Texoma Stores Respond To Toy Recall

The Consumer Product Safety Commission says it's a good idea to check your kid's Fisher-Price toys. The company is recalling more than 10 million tricycles, toys and high chairs over safety concerns. Most are being recalled in the United States, but about 400,000 of them were sold in Canada.

To find out what you can do if you're affected and how local stores are keeping you safe we called some Wichita Falls stores that carry the products.

Wal-Mart Shift Manager Randy Deaver says they post recall notices in three locations:
on the shelf where the product is stocked,  up front and in the back.

Deaver also says all of the Fisher Price products that they carry have been pulled off the shelves.

The major item they carried were the Fisher Price trikes.

At Target Senior Team Leader Debbie Wimberley says anything that is recalled is locked out of the registers.

So if a product does make it to check out the person will not be able to buy it.

Both locations say parents can bring the recalled items back to the store for a full refund.

However free repairs are being offered for the high chair and trikes through Fisher Price. All other recalled items will be replaced outright.