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It looks like Bright Futures makes this crib and as of today is not recalled. However that could change.
If it is a dropside crib, a wave of recalls is expected making the dropside into a stationary side (No more moving up and down). You might check at the local stores that carry any Bright Futures products ( I am pretty sure Walmarts do in the form of Bouncy Seats) and get a contact info phone number off a box on the shelf. Call them and get the information you need.
A:You remove the dropside by removing the bumpers and lowering. Then you loosen the screws on th wooden bar under the mattress base without taking apart . If necessary loosen the screws on the frame, but should only be necessary if the mattress base was put in with the straight hooks facing you. In any case you should not need to completely take apart, but still a pain!
I just bought a crib like this one at a garage sale because it was in such good condition. The paper on the bottom of the crib was still intact and was complete including assembly instructions. Here is the information that came with this crib. Hope this helps you.