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    • REPORT
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    • 6/13/2011
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    • 20110509-015E9-2147479403
    Incident Description: We had just put this bunk bed together a week or so before my 10-year-old daughter fell through the top bunk. Luckily, my 5-year-old son was on the other end of the bottom bed because a slat of wood broke in half with very sharp edges, ripping from the side. ... (More)
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    (6/10/2011) Thank you for contacting us directly. We take these matters very seriously. The bunk bed has been designed and tested to meet all goverment and industry regulations. The manufacturer does not recommend any modifications to the bunk bed. We were pleased to be ... (More)
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    • 6/8/2011
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    • 20110516-EA1CD-2147479141
    Incident Description: I own the Dorel Asia bunk beds that were just recalled, but not with the model numbers affected by the recall. However, I sleep in the bottom bunk and my 9 year old is in the top bunk, and I have often heard cracking when he roles over in the slats that ... (More)
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    (6/22/2011) Thank you for posting your concern. We take these matters very seriously and always encourage consumers to contact us directly in order to get a better understanding of the concern at hand. Because your particular bed is differnt in design from the recalled ... (More)
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