March 22, 2005
- Graco Children’s Products Recall of Toddler Beds
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Graco Children’s Products Inc. of Exton, Pa., is voluntarily recalling Graco toddler beds. A child’s arm, leg or foot can become entrapped between the slats in the guard rails or footboard. This can result in broken bones, sprains and other injuries to young children.
July 9, 2003
- Adjustable Beds Recalled by Select Comfort
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Select Comfort Corporation, of Minneapolis, Minn.is voluntarily recalling about 90,000 adjustable Sleep Number Beds. When exposed to severely cold temperatures and impact, such as may occur during shipping, the power cord insulation on the electric air pump can crack, creating a short-circuit or exposing live electrical wires and presenting a shock or electrocution hazard.
April 2, 2003
- Raven Industries Recall of Handheld Remote Controls
Raven Industries of Earth City, Mo., is voluntarily recalling about 450 Infrared Remote Controls used only withAdjustamagic, Scape and Maxwell Adjustable Beds. An internal component can overheat, presenting risks of fire or thermal burns to consumers.
November 16, 1995
- Model #177 Bed Rail And Flashlight Recall/Repair by Safety 1st
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Safety 1st, of ChestnutHill, Mass., is offering to replace approximately 191,000 ofits Model #177 Bed Rail and Flashlight. The bed rail'ssupport bars may separate from the rail, if not firmlylocked in place, allowing children to fall from the bed. TheModel #177A is not being replaced.
June 7, 1994
- Cosco Recalls Two-Rod Guard Rails For Toddler Beds
April 13, 1993
- Toddler Bed May Pose Entrapment Hazard
January 11, 1993
- Bed Warning Issued To Consumers
April 9, 1992
- Cosco Recalls Toddler Beds -- Head Entrapment Risk Cited
March 24, 1986
- Brawny Bunk Bed Recalled By Sears, Roebuck and Co.
January 4, 1977
- Bed Guard Rails Recalled by Pride-Trimble