The danger is that the crib may malfunction and allow the infant to fall out of the crib. Other reports detail that infants were caught in between the drop side and crib mattress. There have been seven minor injuries and 36 total reports of malfunctions.
Those who bought the crib are instructed to return the product, regardless of the label number. The cribs date all the way back to 1999, so it's possible there are more found at garage sales and secondhand shops, and not just retail stores.
Helpful links to read more and get into contact with Pottery Barn Kids and their affiliates is found at http://padbergcorrigan.com/
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