The CPSC said the bunk beds do not comply with federal safety standards and have wooden side slat supports that can separate from the bed frame causing the upper bunk to collapse. d-scan is reportedly aware of seven incidents in which the upper bunk collapsed; no injuries have been reported.
The beds sold at specialty stores nationwide from December 2004 through April 2006 for about $600. Consumers are urged to contact d-scan for a free repair kit.
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