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Two popular IKEA products are urgently recalled over fears they may collapse and cause injury 

Two popular IKEA products are urgently recalled over fears they may collapse and cause injury

  •  HEMNES Bookcases and Glass-Door Cabinets have defective shrinking shelves
  • Shelves and objects could fall from items bought between April 2010-April 2017  
  •  Consumers with a faulty product are urged to contact the nearest IKEA store

Two popular IKEA products have been urgently recalled over fears they may cause injury.   

HEMNES Bookcases and Glass-Door Cabinets have defective shelves which can shrink and move in a dry indoor climate, particularly in colder months. 

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a safety warning that the fault could cause injury from falling shelves or objects. 

HEMNES Bookcases (pictured) have defective shelves which could shrink and collapse

HEMNES Bookcases (right) and Glass-Door Cabinets (left) have defective shelves which can shrink and move in a dry indoor climate

The affected products were sold between 1 April 2010 and 1 April 2017. 

Consumers who believe they own an affected item can order replacement longer shelf support pins by contact the nearest IKEA store or calling customer support.  

Consumers who believe they own an affected item can order replacement longer shelf support pins by contact the nearest IKEA store or calling customer support

Consumers who believe they own an affected item can order replacement longer shelf support pins by contact the nearest IKEA store or calling customer support

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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