Cribs recalled due to potential safety risk: Health Canada

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OTTAWA — Health Canada says a line of cribs is being recalled due to a potential safety hazard.
The federal department says the instructions provided with Kidiway's Mini-Tammy cribs may prevent consumers from assembling the item properly. As a result, there may be a safety risk for crib users.
Approximately 225 of the recalled cribs were sold at Bo-Bebe in Quebec and at The Baby's Palace retail stores in Ontario. The recalled products were sold from August 2010 to June 2011.
The affected cribs are:
  • Mini-Tammy Fireside UPC code: 820571001721 Manufacturer code: Mi
  • Tammy-Fireside -- Mini-Tammy Java UPC code: 820571001530 Manufacturer code: Mi-Tammy-Java
  • Mini-Tammy Blanc UPC code: 820571011010 Manufacturer code: Mi-Tammy-White
Neither Health Canada nor Kidiway has received reports of incidents or injuries related to the use of the cribs.
Consumers are advised to stop using the recalled cribs and to contact Kidiway for a free product replacement.
For more information, consumers may contact Kidiway at 1-514-858-6336.