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Simplicity Cribs Recalled

About 40,000 cribs from Simplicity Inc. are being recalled because of entrapment and choking hazards. Incorrect assembly instructions packaged with the cribs can cause the drop side to disengage and trap the child. The metal locking pins on the drop side can also pop off, posing a choking hazard.

The recalled cribs are part of the Nursery-in-a-Box furniture set along with a changing table and clothing organizer. They come in cherry, white and natural colors. The recall includes model numbers 8910 and 8050 with serial numbers 3005 HY through 0806 HY, which can be found on an envelope permanently attached to the mattress support and a label on the bottom rail of the headboard. The cribs were sold at department stores and children's product stores from August 2005 to May 2007 for about $200.

Consumers should immediately check if the drop side of the crib is correctly installed and securely fastened. Stop using the crib until it is assembled correctly. To receive correct assembly instructions and additional information, visit Simplicityforchildren.com To view this entire recall, including pictures, visit: http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml07/07205.html.

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