marlow_crib.pdf - pottery barn kids MARLOW CRIB Date 1Dec15 Rev www potterybarnkids.com Page 1 of 10 WARNING Do not use this crib if you cannot exactly

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Date: 1‐Dec‐15 www. potterybarnkids.com Page 1 of 10 Rev: pottery barn kids MARLOW CRIB
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Date: 1‐Dec‐15 www. potterybarnkids.com Page 2 of 10 Rev: WARNING Do not use this crib if you cannot exactly follow the accompanying instructions. Do not use this crib for a child who can climb out of it or who is taller than 89 cm. Do not place in or near this crib any cord, strap or similar item that could become wrapped around a child’s neck. Do not place this crib near a window or a patio door where a child could reach the cord of a blind or curtain and be strangled. Ensure that the crib is safe by checking regularly that every part is properly and securely in place before placing the child in it. Do not use it if any parts are loose or missing or if there are any signs of damage. Do not substitute parts. Contact the Pottery Barn Kids if replacement parts or additional instructions are needed. Use a crib mattress that is no thicker than 15 cm and is of such a size that, when it is pushed firmly against any side of the crib, it does not leave a gap of more than 3 cm between the mattress and any part of the sides of the crib. Children can suffocate on soft bedding. Do not place pillows, comforters or soft mattresses in this crib. 04-000052-8 WARNING: Failure to follow these warnings and assembly instructions could result in serious injury or death. Read all instructions before assembling crib. KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE. Never use plastic shipping bags or other plastic film as mattress covers because they can cause suffocation. Infants can suffocate in gaps between the crib sides and a mattress that is too small. Never place additional padding under an infant. To reduce the risk of SIDS, pediatricians recommend healthy infants be placed on their backs to sleep, unless otherwise advised by your physician.
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