Homestar recalls three-drawer TV chests
June 29, 2017,
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Case goods resource Homestar North America has recalled 1,470 of its Stockholm three-drawer TV chests due to a potential tip-over and entrapment hazard.
The Stockholm three-drawer TV chest by Homestar
The recall includes the Stockholm three-drawer TV chests sold in Java brown, Sonoma, Sonoma/Java brown and Java brown/Sonoma. Made in the U.S., the chests have a top shelf and three drawers, and measure 40 1/8 inches high by 30 1/2 inches wide by 15 3/8 inches deep. The model numbers 249-09-2740, 249-09-0041, 249-09-2739, or 249-09-3429 are located on the back panel of the units.
The CPSC has advised consumers to immediately stop using any recalled chest that is not anchored to the wall and put it in an area that children cannot access. They can contact Homestar at 855-837-2569 for a full refund including return shipping charges or a free tip-over restraint kit with virtual installation instructions. Information about the recall is also available at www.homestarna.com under the recall alert link.
The company is also contacting consumers that purchased the recalled chests.
Homestar conducted the recall voluntarily under the CPSC’s Fast Track recall process, which allows firms to initiate the recall sooner versus later. This also more quickly alerts consumers about dangers associated with the product and helps avoid any future injuries or incidents associated with the product.
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