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    • 4/21/2014
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    • 20140320-2B51C-2147446166
    Incident Description: My baby received a Paci-Plushie as a gift. http://www.paciplushies.com these stuffed animals are designed to be used by infants with pacifiers. Today I walked in and found her choking on the tag attached to the stuffed animal which had come off in her mouth, ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (3/31/2014) We have received and responded to your email in regards to your defective product. Generally, the tag would not come off as a Pull Test is required for all loose parts. We have offered to replace your defective unicorn, with no response. We also state on the ... (More)
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    • 12/17/2013
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    • 20131123-82695-2147449653
    Incident Description: My 14 month old son was able to hoist himself out of his crib even though the mattress has been placed on the lowest setting. He sustained only minor bumps, but I feel we got lucky this time. With the mattress lowered all the way, the front rail of the crib ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (12/3/2013) We thank the consumer for submitting the report. We would like to underline that fact that all Pali cribs always conformed to the applicable regulations of the Consumer Product Safety Commission and pass all the required tests in the industry. As a ... (More)
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    • 8/1/2011
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    • 20110708-5457C-2147477436
    Incident Description: We purchased a crib from a consignment shop that I learned, upon returning home, had been recalled. It is the Simplicity Ellis Crib, recalled for the structurally poor metal tubular mattress support railings. The store owner wanted to argue that the crib was ... (More)
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