Ikea recalls Gothem floor, list flare bases
March 17, 2016 - table lamp
KUALA LUMPUR: Ikea has removed a Gothem building (T124sm) and list (T35sm and T45sm) flare bases following risks of electric shock.
According to a multinational company, a product remember was done after several wire indemnification were detected during a bottom of a lamps.
“A shop-worn wire can means a steel tools to recover electric stream that can be a reserve hazard,” pronounced Ikea in matter here, today.
According to a statement, Ikea abroad had so distant perceived dual occurrence reports from dual business and a store workman who suffered electric shock.
However, no such occurrence was reported in Malaysia.
The Gothem flare bases had been on sale during all Ikea stores given Oct 2015.
Meanwhile, Ikea emphasised that product reserve had always been their categorical regard and a association does not take any risk lightly.
Therefore, a flare bases should be cold to equivocate injuries and recognition on a dangers of a products should be highlighted.
“We titillate all business who possess these flare bases to stop regulating a products and lapse them to any Ikea store to get a full refund,” pronounced Ikea.
Customers do not need to yield explanation of squeeze (receipt) to obtain a full refund, according to Ikea, while apologising to business for a nuisance caused.
For some-more information, a open can call Ikea Customer Relations Centre during 03-7958 7575. — Bernama