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a full size stationary crib
Baby
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
Nonportable Cribs (1543)
Dorel Asia    
WM3006
 
 
Walmart
Unspecified
11/15/2010
The consumer has two cribs both with the same model number and were purchased from the same retailer on the same date.

The consumer has twin girl and boy that weigh approximately 19 to 20 pounds and they are both one year old she noticed that they both would get their legs caught in the slats.

She was able to remove their legs from the by applying baby oil to the infants legs and pulling the slats forward. The incident has happened on a few occasions while the infants were sleeping.

The consumer decided to discontinue the use of both of the cribs and found an alternative safe sleep environment. She has not contacted the firm but indicated that she will. She has placed the cribs placed on her porch and isn't sure what she will do with them.
8/6/2011
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Incident, No Injury
My Child
Female
1 years

Incident, No Injury
My Child
Male
1 years
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Comment from Dorel Asia 9/21/2011
Dear Consumer,
Thank you for posting your comments. We take these matters very seriously and appreciate consumer feedback. We regret that you have encountered this issue, but it is important to note that this crib has been fully tested by a 3rd-party testing laboratory and meets all regulations, including the requirement for slat spacing. All cribs on the market will have very similar spacing, and as with all cribs that have openings created by slat spacing, there is always a small risk the legs going through the opening. We may be contacted at das@dorel.com or 1-800-295-1980 for any further questions.

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