IKEA, the Swedish furniture chain, has issued a recall on KRITTER and SNIGLAR children’s beds due to possible laceration hazards. The bedside rail’s metal rod can partially detach, which can leave sharp metal edges open. IKEA has received at least seven incident reports of broken rods exposing hazardous sharp edges.
The recalled models were sold in IKEA stores nationwide from July 2005 through May 2013. The recalled junior KRITTER bed will have the date stamp from 1114 through 1322 and model number of 600.904.70. The supplier number is 15361. The SNIGLAR junior beds will have the date stamp 1114 through 1318 and the model number of 500.871.66. The supplier number is 19740 and 18157. Customers can located the date stamp on a label on the headboard or underneath the bed.
Customers with the recalled KRITTER or SNIGLAR beds should contact IKEA’s customer service at (888) 966-4532 to receive a free repair kit free of charge. The repair kit includes a new metal rod, tools, and instructions.
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