According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Radio Flyer has issued a voluntary recall. Which Radio Flyer wagons have been recalled? If you have a Radio Flyer eWagon for kids, here’s what you need to know about why Radio Flyer recalled its product and what you should do about it.

About 5,000 eWagon units were recently recalled due to improper wiring that can unintentionally activate the motor. Keep in mind, the current recall (which was issued on March 14, 2018) only includes eWagon products and does not extend to Radio Flyer’s other lines. Representatives for Radio Flyer did not immediately return Red Tricycle’s request for comment.

photo: CPSC

Recall Product Description: Radio Flyer eWagon

The Radio Flyer eWagon is a children’s battery-operated electric wagon that is constructed from red and gray fabric and a steel frame. The product includes a removable canopy along with two permanent seats with seatbelts.

It also has four cup holders, a removable battery and a storage pouch. The Radio Flyer eWagon has a telescoping handle with a power button on it.

Why It Was Recalled

While no injuries have been reported, there have been two reports of the unintentional activation of the eWagon’s motor. If you have this wagon, do not let your child use it.

How to Tell if Your Radio Flyer eWagon Is Part of the Recall

The model number is also found on the wagon’s handle—on the warning label, near the pivoting joint.

Wagons with the model number 3912/3912A are the only products included in this current recall. The eWagons were sold at Toys”R”Us across the United States and on the Toys”R”Us website, as well as on the Radio Flyer website (at http://www.radioflyer.com) from August 2017 through January 2018.

What Parents Can Do

Immediately contact Radio Flyer for a full refund. You can contact Radio Flyer by phone at 800-621-7613 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday. Consumers can also reach Radio Flyer online at www.radioflyer.com, where they can find more information by clicking on “Product Recalls.”

Does your child have another type of wagon from this iconic brand? Share their favorite Radio Flyer vehicle pick with us in the comments below.

—Erica Loop

All photos: Radio Flyer/CPSC

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