Walk 22, 2005 — Graco Little child Beds posture a risk to children, the U.S. Customer Item Security Commission and the producer have reported.
Graco Children’s Items Inc. has issued a intentional review on a few 1.2 million of the little child beds. The firm has gotten reports of 77 children whose arms, legs, or feet got to be caught between the braces on the beds’ sideboards or footboards. This come about in 13 broken arms and legs, one broken foot, one sprained lower leg, and 54 other wounds counting bruised, scratched, and swollen appendages.
Individuals ought to halt utilizing the beds right absent. The models included within the review are sold as the Cozy Little child Bed, the Glow-in-the-Dark Little child Bed, and the Classic Little child Bed. The show numbers – printed on a name on the guardrail or leg of the bed – are 8801, 8801WR, 8821, 8824, 8828, 8833, 30066, 34434, or 11030.
The model 8828 headboard encompasses a blue sky with a yellow moon and stars. Show 8801WR has ruddy legs. “Graco” is printed on all of the beds’ footboards.
The beds were sold across the country from February 1994 through Walk 2001 for between $50 and $70.
What Ought to Guardians Do?
Graco says customers ought to expel the guardrails from the reviewed Graco little child beds quickly and call the firm for a free retrofit unit. The unit incorporates custom planned work covers that must be attached to the guardrails and footboard to avoid capture. The company guarantees to form the work covers accessible in six to eight weeks.
Proprietors of the reviewed items ought to contact Graco at (800) 837-4404 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or visit the Graco web location at www.gracobaby.com. Pictures of the reviewed beds can be found at www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml05/05137.html.