The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced that it reached a settlement agreement with Century Products Company regarding an alleged failure to report a defect in certain baby walkers.
The Macedonia, Ohio, company will pay a penalty of $50,000 to resolve the allegations. While Century Products does not admit a product hazard by entering into an agreement, the CPSC alleges the firm knew that some of its Roadster baby walkers, Model No. 3676, were defective.
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