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Recall: "Zap Zap Racetrack" Sets Recalled by Kidpower

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT:

December 19, 1994

(301) 504-7908

Release # 95-047

 
Kidpower Recalls Cars In "Zap Zap Racetrack" Sets

WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Kidpower Inc. of Brentwood, Tenn., is voluntarily recalling and replacing cars in about 18,000 "Zap Zap Racetrack" car sets.

Kidpower reported to CPSC that the manufacturer misassembled or failed to assemble some of the cars in the sets. Wheels and other small components on the cars present a potential choking hazard to young children.

Neither CPSC nor Kidpower is aware of any injuries involving this toy; this recall is conducted to prevent the possibility of injury.

The toy contains two curve tracks, one start ramp section, two GT race cars, four flagpoles, and labels. While the race cars come constructed, consumers must assemble the racetrack before use.

The toy was sold nationwide from January to December 1994 through Fingerhut catalogue sales, Toys-R-Us, and other retailers for about $20.00.

The toy cars should be taken away from young children immediately. For replacement instructions, consumers can contact Kidpower at (800) 545-7529 Ext. 230, or write the company at 8005 Church Street East, Brentwood, TN 37027. Fingerhut will directly notify each of their customers by providing instructions for replacing the toy cars.

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Kidpower Recalls Cars In "Zap Zap Racetrack" Sets

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

December 19, 1994

 

Release # 95-047


WASHINGTON, D.C. - CPSC, Kidpower Inc. of Brentwood, Tenn., is voluntarily recalling and replacing cars in about 18,000 "Zap Zap Racetrack" car sets.

Kidpower reported to CPSC that the manufacturer misassembled or failed to assemble some of the cars in the sets. Wheels and other small components on the cars present a potential choking hazard to young children.

Neither CPSC nor Kidpower is aware of any injuries involving this toy; this recall is conducted to prevent the possibility of injury.

The toy contains two curve tracks, one start ramp section, two GT race cars, four flagpoles, and labels. While the race cars come constructed, consumers must assemble the racetrack before use.

The toy was sold nationwide from January to December 1994 through Fingerhut catalogue sales, Toys-R-Us, and other retailers for about $20.00.

The toy cars should be taken away from young children immediately. For replacement instructions, consumers can contact Kidpower at (800) 545-7529 Ext. 230, or write the company at 8005 Church Street East, Brentwood, TN 37027. Fingerhut will directly notify each of their customers by providing instructions for replacing the toy cars.

Sours: https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/1994/kidpower-recalls-cars-in-zap-zap-racetrack-sets
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The older I get, the more it seems Christmas recollections come in two layers: my own childhood Christmas memories and those of making Christmas for my children.

The warm-fuzzy feeling memories stem from times long ago at my grandparents with bubble lights we had to flip with our fingers to get started, thin foil icicles we spent hours hanging from the fresh tree, the sound made by the oil stove, and mother saying on Christmas Eve "Maybe you could open just that one right back there." (Her idea, not mine!)

Memories getting ready for Christmas with my own children are more often laced with laughter than warm fuzzies.

The one that springs first to mind is always the year of the Zap-Zap Race Track. It was a pretty simple deal: two cars and a relatively short curving track. No batteries, no switches. The cars were placed on a section of the track, a lever was pulled, and the section tilted up to let gravity give the cars enough momentum to go around the track. Some assembly required. That was delegated to my husband.

I tackled putting together the garage for MatchBox cars. I had a full set of illustrated instructions, but could not get the assembled pieces in step one to stay together. I finally decided I would read step 2 to see if what came next would help. I turned the paper over. "This next step it a bit tricky. You may need an adult to give you some help."

Just then my husband said. "Okay, got it." He pulled the lever of the Zap-Zap Rack Track for a test run and the cars were flung across the room into the fireplace.

The old days of trying to keep the kids in bed (long enough for US to get there) were their own kind of fun. It feels strange but okay that now Christmas morning happens about 2:00 pm as the kids to their own thing and then come home. They do, however, still think the best part comes with the stockings made by their grandmother.

As a good friend said, "Merry Christmas and stuff."



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