Dream on Me Play Yards Recalled for Collapsing Rails, Strangulation Hazard

Dream on Me Play Yard
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December 10, 2014

About 10,000 Dream on Me Play Yards have been recalled for presenting a strangulation hazard to young children.

The play yard's rails can collapse and the company is advising that parents and caregivers stop using it until they have received a free repair kit from the company.

The recall affects Dream On Me Incredible two-level deluxe adjustable height play yards with model numbers starting with 436A, 436B, 436G, 436O, 436P and 436R. The model number is printed on a label attached to the play yard's mattress. The play yards are made with a steel, powder-coated frame base with rolling, hooded casters, and have a fabric and mesh covering that comes in a variety of colors.

They were sold atKohls, Toys R US, WalMart, Wayfair, Amazon.com, and other online retailers from March 2010 through January 2014 for about $60.

Dream On Me can be contacted at (877) 201-4317.

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