The hardware found on the SafetyCraft drop-side cribs can fail and place infants and toddlers at risk of strangulation and suffocation. The crib's plastic drop-side hardware can break, causing the drop side of the crib to detach from a corner of the crib. When the drop side detaches, it creates a space into which an infant or toddler can roll and become wedged or entrapped. When a child is entrapped or wedged between the drop side and the crib mattress, it creates a risk of suffocation or strangulation. Also, the crib's mattress support can detach from the crib frame, creating a hazardous space in which an infant or toddler can become entrapped and suffocate or strangle.
This recall involves all SafetyCraft drop-side cribs, including model 92-8112, manufactured and/or sold by Generation 2Worldwide. Consumers can identify the Foundations SafetyCraft crib with "Foundations" printed on the mattress' support assembly instructions label under the mattress. The name "SafetyCraft" is on a label affixed to the crib's headboard or footboard. Product labels may identify the place of manufacture as Indonesia or Dothan, Alabama. Some of the cribs have a clear plastic headboard and footboard. These cribs are in use in child care facilities as well as homes.
CPSC was unable to identify major retailers that sold the cribs.
What To Do:
Immediately stop using the cribs and find a safe place for baby to sleep.
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