Bambino Reale Crib Manual
(Maple Ridge, BC, Canada)
Does anyone out there have a Bambino Reale Crib Manual? I need the Bambino Reale Crib instructions that will tell me how to convert the toddler bed to a double bed. Our Bambino Reale convertible crib is currently being used as a toddler bed but our child has now outgrown this conversion and is ready to move up to a double bed. We have the conversion kit and all parts neeeded to convert it into a double bed but we need the assembly instructions. Can anyone help?
From the webmaster:
Hi Kat, maybe someone who owns one of the Bambino Reale baby cribs can either scan and email a copy of the Bambino Reale crib manual to you.
You don't mention what the model number of your crib is but you may want to check to be sure that it's not included in a recall.
Health Canada sent out a warning for parents to stop using Bambino Reale brand baby cribs beginning with model numbers 612C. The first notice was given on February 20, 2009 for parents to stop using all cribs with the model number 612C19CH. Then there was an additional advisory issued that included ALL Bambino Reale cribs beginning with the model number 612C.
The notice indicated that the model of the crib might be 7 or 8 digits long (for example 612C XXX or 612C XXXX) with the last three or four digits of the model number having to do with the color of the baby bed.
The reason for the recall was the finding that the Bambino Reale cribs were a fall hazard to young children since they failed to meet minimum side height safety requirements OR labeling requirements.
There is a problem with the height of the side of the bed not being high enough to prevent babies or young children from climbing or falling out.
They said there had been no reported injuries but even so, it was recommended that parents stop using the cribs and that they take the cribs apart and dispose of them in such a manner that they would never be reassembled and used again.
The notice also asked for the consumer's assistance in reporting to Health Canada if you ever see one of the cribs for sale.
If you have any questions about the bed you can contact Health Canada’s Consumer Product Safety Bureau by phone toll-free at 1-866-662-0666, or by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org (if you send them an e-mail, they ask that you indicate the province or territory from which you are corresponding.
Before you continue your search for the
Bambino Reale Crib Manual you should find out if it is a safe bed for your child. Once you are satisfied as to its safety, if you still need the Bambino Reale crib manual, please return and post what you learned from the Canadian Health agency.
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