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Fisher Price Recalling Electric Scooters and Mini Bikes

Fisher Price Recalling Electric Scooters and Mini Bikes

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(KSL News) -- Fisher Price is recalling about 30-thousand 'Lightning PAC electric scooters' and 55-thousand 'MX3 electric mini bikes.'


That's because motor control circuits can malfunction, causing these scooters and mini bikes to continue running, even after the power or throttle button has been released.

Consumers should take these toys away from children immediately and contact Fisher Price to receive information on how to have their toys serviced for free at a certified power wheels service center.


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