Furniture Recall (DIY Project Download)

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Recall list of Furniture Recalls by CPSC. A recall was issued on 2016-04-06 due to a potential Burn, Fire hazard. Items sold new beginning in July 2014 for about 1200 to 6500. Recall list of Outdoor Furniture Recalls by CPSC. A recall was issued on 2016-01-14 due to a potential fall hazard. Items sold new beginning in August 2005 for about 500 to 1550. Kubota Recalls Utility Vehicles Due to Injury and Collision Hazards (Recall Alert). Hobby Lobby Recalls Infant Rattles Due to Choking Hazard. Call to get product safety and other agency information and to report unsafe products.

bunk bed recall 2013 2Description: The recalled power reclining furniture involves three series of the PowerReclineXRw: P16, 32P and 39P. The P16 series is a single-seat recliner; Kids Furniture Recalls. Hazards in your child’s bedroom or playroom can pose potentially serious injuries to babies and young children. Regularly checking the Parents. IKEA is urging consumers to anchor the furniture to the wall immediately. Beyond the recall, those efforts include a new repair program in which consumers who have purchased any of the 7 million MALM chests and 20 million other IKEA chests included, can order or pick up a new free wall anchoring kit instead of returning the furniture.

Accessories. No current recalls in this category. Furniture. Ikea’s new repair program is considered a recall, but consumers aren’t supposed to return the furniture. Instead, they should order or pick up a new free wall anchoring kit for the affected chests and dressers. A furniture recall often come as a surprise to consumers but not without injury. There was a three-fold increase in injuries over Q2 over Q3 of 2015 as a result of recalled products.


Parents Urged To Anchor Furniture After 3rd Child Killed By IKEA Dresser. The recall affected roughly 27 million dressers, and thus far, over 300,000 anchoring kits have gone out IKEA customers. We recently learned that a component in the switch that controls the movement of the furniture can overheat under certain circumstances. When it does become overheated, it can pose a risk of fire or smoke. Sydney man loses toe and Gold Coast boy loses part of a toe, prompting retailer to plan recall citing ‘potential issue’ with design of Worx model. Baby furniture being recalled by manufacturer. The brand is Baby’s Dream and 4,600 full-size cribs, furniture and accessories sold in a vintage grey paint finish have violated lead paint standards. Baby Furniture Sold at Babies R Us and other store are being recalled. Within a month after IKEA recalled millions of its dressers due to tip-over risks, long-time furniture-industry executive John Wilborne issued a letter to federal regulators.

Product Recalls

Fantastic Furniture is set to recall nearly 100,000 Worx chairs after two people had their toes cut off by the sharp metal edges at the bottom of the dining room chair. The retailer chose not to actually recall the products, claiming that the furniture is safe when assembled properly with the provided hardware. Several safety groups have urged the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to recall an Ikea bedroom dresser that has been associated with three child deaths since last year. Recalls on two types of chairs have been issued by retailers Pier 1 Imports and Cost Plus World Market due to fall hazards.

Fantastic Furniture has been forced to recall a popular dining chair that is believed to have severed parts of people’s toes twice in a year.