- June 24, 2010
- Bexco Enterprises, Inc., d.b.a. Million Dollar Baby
- The Danger:
- The cribs' drop sides can malfunction, detach, or otherwise fail, causing part of the drop side to fall out of position; this creates a space into which an infant or toddler can roll and become wedged or entrapped, which can lead to strangulation or suffocation. A child can also fall out of the crib. Drop-side incidents can also occur due to incorrect assembly and with age-related wear and tear.
- This recall involves about 156,000 full-sized Million Dollar Baby cribs with drop sides in the following model names and numbers: Alexandria 4191, Alpha 591, Bailey 5201, Caleb 1701, Ellie 5401, Jenny Lind 371 / 391, Lauren (convertible) 4491, Lauren (pine) 5691, Lauren (with drawer) 4001, Lauren 4091, Naomi 4291, Oxford 2191, Pine 4-Poster 3991, Sleigh 2991, Twinkle 2301, M0391, M0591, M3691, M4191, Anastasia M4801, Annabelle 5901 / 5941, Kendall W5921, Kirsten M5941, Leonardo 3101, Michelangelo 3401, Robin M6001, and Roxanne M5921 / 5941. The name "Million Dollar Baby," the company logo, and the crib's serial number are printed on a label on the crib's headboard.
- Sold At:
- Children's product stores and other retailers nationwide from January 2000 through March 2010, for between $100 and $330.
- What To Do:
- Immediately stop using the recalled cribs, and contact Million Dollar Baby for a free repair kit that will immobilize the drop side. In the meantime, find an alternate, safe sleeping environment for the child, such as a bassinet, play yard, or toddler bed, depending on the child's age. Repair kits will be available to consumers within a few weeks. For more information, contact Million Dollar Baby toll-free at (888) 673-6488 anytime, or visit themdbfamily.com/safety
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