Child Safety Locks Recalled

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Updated: 3/22/2012 6:57 pm
If you have child safety locks in your house, you need to hear about this recall.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said it's received 200 reports about Push 'N' Snap Cabinet locks, produced by Dorel Industries.

The commission said 900-thousand of the locks are being recalled because of reports the locks don't adequately secure cabinets. The CPSC said young children can get through the locks, possibly leading to exposure of unsafe or hazardous items.

Of the 140 incidents in which children were able to get into cabinets, the commission said three involved children swallowing or handling hazardous cleaners or detergents.

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