Peg Perego's 850 Polaris Sportsman Ride-On Recall

Product Name: Peg Perego's 850 Polaris Sportsman Ride-On

Description: This recall involves Peg Perego's 850 Polaris Sportsman ride-on, 24-volt battery operated toy vehicles intended for children ages 5 to 7 years. The two passenger ATV-style vehicles are silver, red and black, and have four wheels, a flip-up backrest for the back passenger and  front and rear luggage racks.

Vehicles with date codes 651016, 651017, 651020, 651021, 651022, 651023, 651024, 651027, 651028, 651029, 651030, 660304, 660305, 661123, 661124, 661125 and 661130 are included in this recall. The date codes can be found underneath the vehicle seat. Sportsman Twin and 850 EFI appear on the side of the ride-on vehicle, and Polaris appears on the side of the vehicle's seat.

Hazard: A relay on the circuit board can fail causing the vehicle's motor to overheat and ignite, posing fire and burn hazards. Health Canada has not received any reports of consumer incidents or injuries related to the use of this product in Canada. Peg Perego Canada Inc. has received one report of the motor overheating which resulted in the melting of surrounding plastic. No injuries were reported. The recalled children's ride-on toy vehicles were sold from October 2014 to April 2016.

Consumers should immediately stop children from using the recalled toy vehicles and contact Peg Perego to receive a free replacement circuit board with instructions, including shipping. For more information, consumers may contact Peg Perego Canada Inc. by telephone toll-free at 1-800-661-5050 between 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday, or by email.

Manufactured in: China

Peg Perego Canada Inc.
Pickering, Ontario, CANADA

Manufacturer:Peg Perego
Fort Wayne, Indiana, UNITED STATE

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