Jenny Lind Crib Recalls: How to Make Sure Your Baby's Bed Is Safe

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Jenny Lind Crib Recall: How to Make Sure Your Baby's Bed Is Safe

Parents, are you worried about the safety of your child's crib? Did you know that many Jenny Lind baby cribs have been recalled due to safety issues? In 2010, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) released an official recall of the Jenny Lind crib. The recall included all models of the crib, which were made sometime between 2000 and 2007. A defective crib can be dangerous and potentially deadly for your baby, as it has been shown that they may fall out or even suffocate in a faulty crib.

While it's illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled crib, many parents unknowingly purchase used Jenny Lind baby furniture for their children. That's why it is crucial to ensure that any second-hand or recycled nursery items are not part of the recall before you buy them and bring home your new bundle of joy.

It can be overwhelming to keep track of all of the different recalls that are issued each year. DoNotPay can help you check your crib, car seat, and other baby products to make sure they are safe for your child.

What Happened With Jenny Lind Crib Recall?

The official Jenny Lind Crib recall was issued due to an issue with the drop-side hardware on some models. The faulty hinges and latches may not lock correctly, which means that if your baby is sleeping in a Jenny Lind crib that contains these parts, they could fall out or suffocate when their head gets stuck between the broken part of the side rail and the mattress.

Thankfully, there were no deaths due to this faulty hardware; however, there were several reports of babies getting stuck in the crib, and another child was reportedly injured by falling out.

Drop-Side Cribs Banned in 2011

In 2011, the CPSC voted to ban drop-side cribs altogether. This means that if your Jenny Lind baby furniture was made before this time, it is likely still to use in most states. However, many parents choose not to take a risk with their child's safety and avoid using any used crib at all for this reason.

Why Is It Important to Know if Your Jenny Lind Crib Was Recalled?

While it's important to know that your child's crib has not been recalled, it can also be just as dangerous for them to sleep in a drop-side crib. If you are interested in purchasing second-hand baby furniture but would like some help making sure none of it is recalled, sign up for DoNotPay.

How to Identify a Recalled Jenny Lind Crib

Based on its model and serial numbers, you can tell if your Jenny Lind crib is included in the recall. The model number is located on a label on the bottom beam of the headboard.

012614Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib, Maple
0126141Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib, Maple
012615Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib, White
012616Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib, Oak
012617Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib, Natural
014614Evenflo Jenny Lind Convertible Crib, Maple
014615Evenflo Jenny Lind Convertible Crib, White
014616Evenflo Jenny Lind Convertible Crib, Oak
014617Evenflo Jenny Lind Convertible Crib, Natural
0151614Evenflo Jenny Lind Hidden Hardware Crib, Maple
0151615Evenflo Jenny Lind Hidden Hardware Crib, White
0151616Evenflo Jenny Lind Hidden Hardware Crib, Oak
0151617Evenflo Jenny Lind Hidden Hardware Crib, Natural
0161614Evenflo Jenny Lind Hidden Hardware Crib, Maple
0161615Evenflo Jenny Lind Hidden Hardware Crib, White
0161617Evenflo Jenny Lind Hidden Hardware Crib, Natural

How Do I Make a Claim for the Jenny Lind Crib Recall?

If you think that your crib is included in the official recall, it's important to act quickly. If you purchased a Jenny Lind crib and want to make sure that your baby is safe, the CPSC recommends contacting Evenflo for information on how to receive repairs or replacement parts.

  • You can call Evenflo at (800) 356-2229 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday. They will ask for your name, address, and model number.
  • Once confirmed, Evenflo will send you a new hardware kit and installation instructions for free.

How To Claim Refunds, Repairs, or Replacements for Recalled Products Using DoNotPay?

Through our Product Recalls product, all you have to do is tell us about the product you purchased and provide receipts/other evidence, and we'll contact the company on your behalf. Whether you're looking for a refund, repair, or replacement for your product, DoNotPay can make sure that your request gets delivered to the right people.

How the Product Recall Claims product works:

  1. Tell us about your purchase, including the product name, brand, store you purchased the item from, price, and date of purchase. If you purchased the item online, enter your transaction details and payment method as well.
  2. Tell us how you found out about the recall.
  3. Choose whether you want a refund, repair, or replacement.
  4. Upload photographic evidence of your purchase and the product if you still have it.
  5. Choose whether you have the capacity to return the item or not.

And that's it! DoNotPay will send your recall request to the manufacturing company on your behalf, asking for a refund, repair, or replacement. You should hear back from the company directly with confirmation on how the refund/replacement will be issued or the next steps to get the item repaired.

Does DoNotPay Handle Other Types of Recalls?

If you're concerned about other recalled baby products as well as Jenny Lind cribs, then sign up with to check the safety of all of your child's products. You can register for free and will receive a notification if any of your products are recalled so you can take action before it's too late.

Here are some of the types of product recalls we've handled:

How To Check for Recalls Using DoNotPay 's Product Recall Monitor:

If you don't have a specific recalled product in mind yet, DoNotPay can check to see if any of your recent purchases have been recalled. Simply forward any receipts you have to, and we'll scan them against our updated list of recalled items.

How the Product Recall Monitor works:

  1. Register your email for our Recall Monitor through the Product Recalls product.
  2. Forward any email receipts you have to (you can set up auto-forwarding to make it easier!)
  3. DoNotPay will notify you immediately if one of your purchases is recalled. We'll then help you claim a refund or replacement for it through the steps above!

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

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