Recall list of Twin, Full & Bunk Beds Recalls by CPSC. Units: About 341,000 (206,000 were recalled on August 4, 2011). Importer: Target Corporation, of Minneapolis, Minn. Hazard: The wooden step stools can break apart or collapse under the weight of the user, posing a fall hazard. This recall involves upper guardrails on twin-over-twin bunk beds and twin-over -double bed loft designs. Furniture dealers nationwide from October 2010 to June 2011 for between 600 and 1,000.
June 16, 2011. The recall involves metal futon bunk beds with model number BFB1008 located on a label on the upper bunk support rail. Picture of recalled Metal Futon Bunk Bed. AP June 17, 2011, 1:16 AM. WASHINGTON – About 30,000 bunk beds have been recalled because of the threat of children becoming entrapped in the bed, a federal consumer agency said Thursday. This recall involves Cottage Retreat II bunk beds with a side ladder. The bunk beds, manufactured in Indonesia, were sold exclusively at Havertys stores nationwide and online at havertys.com from September 2011, through March 2014, for between 600 and 1,000.
Dorel Asia Wooden Bunk Beds recall, why it was recalled and more. 2011 recall, recall, recalls, recall finder, CPSC, PR image, unlimited. Regularly checking the Parents.com Product Recall Finder can help keep your kids healthy and safe. Dorel Asia Wooden Bunk Beds, Dorel Asia SRL, Kids Furniture, May 5, 2011. Jun 17th 2011 12:00PM. Discount retailer Big Lots recalled 30,000 metal futon bunk beds after a child suffocated and died after getting trapped in the frame, Patti Davis, a spoke.
Entrapment Death Prompts Big Lots Recall Of Metal Futon Bunk Beds
The affected bunk beds were sold at Walmart, Kmart and Target stores and online at www.walmart.com, www. Recalls and safety alerts. September 2011 Consumer Reports Magazine. Products: 30,000 metal futon bunk beds model BFB1008 sold at Big Lots from January 2009 through April 2010 for 200. Tags: american woodcrafters, bed, bunk beds, cpsc, recall. The beds were sold online at BunkBedKing.com from July 2011 to October 2013 for between 350 and 750. On September 20, 2011 the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the bunk bed recall due to the possibility that upper bunk guard rails may crack and cause the mattress and its support rails to collapse.