IKEA recalls ‘Gothem’ floor, list lamps due to startle hazard
March 18, 2016 - table lamp
ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Swedish seat tradesman IKEA is recalling a indication of building and list lamps due to a probable startle hazard, a U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission pronounced Friday.
According to CPSC, IKEA is recalling approximately 30,600 “Gothem” lamps that were sole in stores opposite a nation and online from Oct 2015 by Feb 2016. They retailed anywhere between $20 and $50.
The lamps have nickel plating and underline a dimmer switch. The building flare is 49″ tall, while a list lamps are 14″ and 18″ tall, respectively. A tag on a underside of any flare bottom has “Gothem” and a IKEA trademark on it.
IKEA says cables shop-worn during production could come into hit with a steel physique of a lamp, formulating a startle hazard. To date, 3 people worldwide have suffered teenager shocks.
The lamps were made in China.
IKEA is charity a full reinstate during any of their stores.