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    • 3/6/2017
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    • 20170201-A4D02-2147407448
    Incident Description: My husband was removing the diaper changing tray from the top of our Pali Mantova Double Dresser. He put a little force on the dresser in order to lift the tray and the plastic tip restraint strap securing the dresser to the wall snapped. He estimates he ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (2/17/2017) Pali Design provided two replacement tip restraint kits that are approved by CPSC and used during our recall period.
    (4/10/2017) We mailed two replacement tip restraint kits to customer on 1/23/17. These are same replacement tip restraint kits that were sent to recall customers.
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    • 12/21/2012
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    • 20121005-16F02-1277647
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that his wife was cleaning the bathroom vanity and she accidently dropped a perfume bottle into the bottom of the vessel. The consumer stated that the bottle chipped slightly at the base of the bottle, but there was no chip on the vessel ... (More)
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    • 7/24/2012
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    • 20120607-03BBD-2147466821
    Incident Description: Screw & nut came off hamper and later a button came off from a light tug from my baby. No injuries because I was present but they all are choking hazards & should be better built.
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