IKEA has recalled its children’s bed canopies for risk of strangulation. The canopy netting can be pulled into a cot or bed and become entangled around an infant or childs neck which poses a potential strangulation hazard.

PRA number: 2014/14028 Date published: 21st March 2014

Product description

Suspended fabric canopies for use with cots, toddler beds and junior beds.

Identifying features

LEGENDARISK bed canopy white 6005068 2003 – 2006
MINNEN bed canopy set white/gold-colour 90087758 2006 – 2010
BARNSLIG BOLL bed canopy red/white 20107830 2006 – 2011
MINNEN Brodyr bed canopy white 50107678 2006 – 2010
HIMMEL bed canopy white/blue 20175838 2008 – 2013
FABLER bed canopy multicolour 20130878 2008 – CURRENT
TISSLA bed canopy 240 AP JP 70236716 2013 – CURRENT
KLÄMMIG bed canopy cot 92816595 1996-2001

What are the defects?

The canopy netting can be pulled into a cot or bed and become entangled around an infant or childs neck.

What are the hazards?

This poses a potential strangulation hazard.

Where the product was sold

  • New South Wales
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Victoria
  • Western Australia

Traders who sold this product

IKEA stores nationally and globally.

Supplier

IKEA Pty Ltd

Supplier’s web site

http://www.ikea.com.au

What should consumers do?

IKEA kindly asks customers who have a bed canopy listed above to cease usage immediately and bring it back to any IKEA store where they will receive a full refund.

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