Mothercare recalls baby crib over fears it could fall apart

Mothercare crib

Parents are being urged to stop using the crib and to return it for a refund

Mothercare has recalled a baby crib over fears it could fall apart.

The retailer issued the warning after reports of the base of the Hyde Crib becoming detached from its frame.

In a statement posted on its Facebook page, the company said that the issue affected “a small number” of cribs sold from January to November 2017.

Mothercare crib

Parents are being urged to stop using the cribs and to return them for a full refund.

The model of Hyde Crib affected is R2412 and the barcode is 502146378938-2.

In the recall, Mothercare states: “If the bottom rail, with blocks on which you sit the base, is shorter than the top rail then your crib is not affected, picture A.

“If the bottom rail, with blocks on which you sit the base, is longer than the top rail then your crib is unsafe and should be returned to store, picture B.”

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If you have any questions regarding the recall, you can contact Mothercare by calling 0344 875 5122 or emailing hydecribenquiries@mothercare.com.