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Fall Risk Behind Recall of Super Jumper Trampolines

Over 23,000 Super Jumper Trampolines are under recall because welds on the metal legs can fail, posing a serious fall and injury risk, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

According to the CPSC recall notice, the recall involves the Super Jumper 14-foot trampolines, and 14-foot and 16-foot combo trampolines with enclosures. CPSC says the Super Jumper logo is centered on the trampoline mat.

The trampolines were reportedly sold online at Wayfair, Amazon, Hayneedle, and Overstock from November 2011 through June 2019. Each was bought for between $200 and $400. Repair kits will be given free of charge.

Consumers who bought this product should stop using it immediately and contact Super Jumper for the free repair kit. Read the full recall and get information on how to contact Super Jumper here.

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