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    • 8/17/2011
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    • 20110726-02438-2147476837
    Incident Description: I purchased two Simplicity for Children Providence 4-1 cribs, and initally the were fin with the exception of the paint exposed on the railing and my twin nawing it off (the wood on the railing should have had a plastic guard) which caused me great concern. ... (More)
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    • 7/17/2014
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    • 20140625-D894D-2147443361
    Incident Description: First we had emailed to [REDACTED] Recall Specialist at Dream on Me (baby cribs) 11.15.2011 about the recall we had seen online. After corresponding on email several times, she informed us that the date on our crib was not part of the recall. (I have record ... (More)
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