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    • 12/10/2015
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    • 20151014-3E381-1524007
    Incident Description: Caller stated that her 1 year old child's thigh (just above his knees) got stuck between the crib slats. She contacted the manufacturer 6 weeks ago and on 10/15 she was advised that the crib was made in compliance to the standards. Caller stated that the ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (11/23/2015) Please be assured that all Child Craft cribs have slats that are compliant to the federal crib standard requirements for slat spacing.
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    • 4/19/2012
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    • 20120328-59D98-2147468869
    Incident Description: I had brought a child craft baby bed not knowing it was a drop down side. I went to put the side back up and it just fell down, it won't stay up. I looked online and saw a recall for it. I would love this bed fixed or have a new replacement. I am a first time ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (4/17/2012) We are in receipt of Report No. 20120328-59D98-2147468869 with regards to the Child Craft crib model F17731.48. Foundations Worldwide Inc. is the current owner of the Child Craft name but was not involved in the manufacture or design of the crib itself. Child ... (More)
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