The Lea Covington or Hannah Collection bunk beds with bookcases can be assembled incorrectly, resulting in a gap larger than allowed by industry safety standards. This poses an entrapment hazard to young children.
Consumers should immediately check to see if they have the recalled bunk beds and then contact Lea Industries to determine if the bed is misassembled. A professional installer can be dispatched to raise the position of the bottom bunk bed and install new brackets on the bookcase. Lea Industries is contacting known customers directly.
The bed handles can shift out of place, creating a dangerous gap between the bed handle and the side of the mattress.
Contact Bed Handles Inc. for free safety retention straps.
A protruding corner post on the bunk bed exceeds the 5mm allowed by industry standard. The beds were sold at BunkBedKing.com.
Consumers should immediately check to see if they have the recalled bunk bed and contact Bedz King for a free repair kit and to confirm a physical address for delivery of the kit. Bedz King is contacting known consumers directly by email.
The space between the guardrails on the bunk bed can be too wide and fail to meet safety standards
Consumers should immediately contact Wood Castle Furniture for a free repair. Either the consumer or a company representative can determine if the guardrails spacing is too wide. Consumers with young children should discontinue use of the bunk bed until the hazard has been remedied.
The footboard and headboard on the twin and full-sized beds are designed with openings that a child can get stuck in.
Consumers should keep young children away from these beds and contact The Land of Nod to arrange for the bed to be returned for a full merchandise credit for the purchase price. Consumers with models that do not have a label with the SKU number printed on it should contact the firm for assistance with identifying whether or not their bed is part of the recall. The Land of Nod is contacting its customers directly.
The thread in the decorative stitching on the bumper can loosen and wrap around a child's neck.
Consumers should immediately check the tag on the bumper for the month and year of manufacture and stop using the bumper if the date is 04/2009 through 07/2012. Consumers with recalled bumpers should contact Pottery Barn Kids for instructions on how to return the bumpers to receive a gift card in the amount of a full refund or a replacement bumper and to receive free return shipping for recalled bumpers.
The sheets are too small for the play yards. A sheet that does not properly fit the play yard poses an entrapment hazard that could lead to suffocation.
Consumers should stop using the recalled play yard sheets immediately and return them to 4moms for a full refund.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled footboard and contact The Land of Nod for a replacement footboard with a closed-gap design.
About 1,600 units