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    • 8/8/2016
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    • 20160713-83A5C-2147416911
    Incident Description: I bought two bunk beds in July 2007 that are made by Coaster Co of America based in Santa Fe Springs, CO for a remote cabin I own in Colorado. Two weeks ago, a cousin was stepping off the top bunk when the ladder broke. His leg was jabbed by the remaining ... (More)
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    (8/5/2016) We sell Residential Furniture which is Imported Wholesale and a consumer purchased a Bunk Bed from one of our Retailers in Colorado in July 2007. Apparently the ladder broke from this Bunk Bed after 9 years of use to a 65 year old Male, however we have a 1 ... (More)
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    • 11/12/2013
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    • 20131019-CDAD5-2147450754
    Incident Description: Purchased these bunk beds through seller on Amazon for our 2 year old who weighs 24 pounds and our 3 year old who weighs 36 pounds. ONe month ago a wooden slat broke underneath the above bunk without a specific incidence and about 2 weeks ago the top bunk ... (More)
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    • 5/20/2013
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    • 20130427-E0CAD-2147456606
    Incident Description: We bought the bunk beds for our children around six months ago. Around four months ago, the upper railing broke. We are now using duct tape to keep the railing in place. This is a huge concern because my 7 year old son sleeps in that bed. I am worried he ... (More)
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    (5/14/2013) Thank you for contacting us on this issue. We are awaiting the return of the bunkbed. As with any consumer concern we are very interested to have the opportunity to review the product. Dorel Home Products recommends that all consumers with concerns contact ... (More)
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    • 1/11/2013
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    • 20121122-62817-2147461696
    Incident Description: Summary: No injury. Manufacturing error could lead to serious injury. Two Twin beds that can be mounted as a bunk bed. Construction error makes it likely that the upper bunk is not secured. Purchasing Details: We purchased a bunk bed from American Furniture ... (More)
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    • 7/13/2012
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    • 20120620-F8B7A-2147466406
    Incident Description: I originally bought this product (bed tent) for my 7 year old son to give him something fun to sleep in. He was super excited about it. On Wed June 13th 2012 I set it up for him on his bed- I followed the instructions step- by- step. I was a little concerned ... (More)
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    (7/13/2012) Idea Nuova subjects all Children's products to rigorous testing and the item has passed all required Consumer and Industry regulations in accordance with US Consumer Product codes and guidelines. Our goal as an importer and marketing company is to always ... (More)
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    • 6/8/2012
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    • 20120312-DCB3B-2147469340
    Incident Description: I had a product donated to me by a local foundation which is supposed to keep my little guy with special needs safe while he sleeps. He has several medical issues along with Sensory Processing Disorder that causes him to not be safe due to jumping out of a ... (More)
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    (6/25/2012) Abram's Bed, LLC is dedicated to providing a safe sleep solution to the parents of children who suffer from a wide variety of special needs. We select and test each of the materials in the Safety Sleeper with these children's safety in mind, including ... (More)
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    • 8/1/2011
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    • 20110708-8928A-2147477446
    Incident Description: Regarding the Dorel Pine finish bunk beds, I noticed in the recall that it was mentioned the side rails had a tendency to crack. I have recently been given a brand-new bunk bed set, purchased from Kmart, which is a pine-finished set manufactured in Vietnam by ... (More)
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    (7/22/2011) Thank you for your comments. We take these concerns very seriously we appreciated the opportunity to assist you by replacing the 2 parts of your bed.
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