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Product name Thin Line Play Phone, Talking Touch Tinkle Phone and 911 Emergency Phone Center
Description The Thin Line Play Phones, Model 985, were sold from August 1991 through April 1992. The Thin Line Play Phone has 12 push buttons in the receiver. When the buttons are pushed, a bell rings. The phone comes in three colors: red, yellow and green, and measures 2 inches wide, 8 inches long and 2 inches high. The Talking Touch Tinkle Phones, Model 3235, were sold from January 1992 through April 1992. The Talking Touch Tinkle Phone is a talking battery-operated phone that measures 8 inches long, 3 inches wide, and 3 inches high. The features of the phone include: 10 push buttons on the face of the phone that ring a bell when pushed, a safety breakaway cord that comes apart when pulled, and a receiver button that causes one of 10 different recorded messages to play when pushed. The 911 Emergency Phone Centers, Model 3675, were sold from June 1991 through April 1992. This is a battery-operated talking phone emergency center with three vehicles, an ambulance, fire truck, and police car. On three sides of the center are push button release doors that are labeled with the names of each stored vehicle. The center measures 8 3/4 inches long, 6 1/4 inches high, and 5 inches wide. The center consists of a red roof, 12 push buttons and a yellow phone receiver with a safety breakaway cord that comes apart when pulled. 
Problem Small components separated from the toys during CPSC testing, presenting a potential aspiration and choking hazard for young children. 
Distribution Sold in retail stores nationwide 
Company Handi-Craft Company of St. Louis, Missouri 
Dates sold August 1991 through April 1992 
Date posted 12/31/2001 

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