§ 23-75-6. Retrofits.
(a) An unsafe children's product, as determined pursuant to § 23-75-3, may be retrofitted if the retrofit has been approved by the agency of the federal government issuing the recall or warning or the agency responsible for approving the retrofit is different from the agency issuing the recall or warning. A retrofitted children's product may be sold if it is accompanied at the time of sale by a notice declaring that it is safe to use for a child under six (6) years of age. The commercial user is responsible for ensuring that the notice is present with the retrofitted product at the time of sale. The notice shall include:
(1) A description of the original problem which made the recalled product unsafe;
(2) A description of the retrofit which explains how the original problem was eliminated and declaring that it is now safe to use for a child under six (6) years of age;
(3) The name and address of the commercial user who accomplished the retrofit certifying that the work was done along with the name and model number of the product retrofitted.
(b) A retrofit is exempt from this chapter if:
(1) The retrofit is for a children's product that requires assembly by the consumer, the approved retrofit is provided with the product by the commercial user, and the retrofit is accompanied at the time of sale by instructions explaining how to apply the retrofit; or
(2) The seller of a previously unsold product accomplishes the repair, approved or recommended by an agency of the federal government, prior to sale.
(P.L. 2002, ch. 410, § 1.)