Thursday, February 5, 2015

Sea Gull Lighting Recalls Chandeliers Due to Injury Hazard

Sea Gull Lighting Recalls Chandeliers Due to Injury Hazard

Recall Summary

Name of product:
Light chandeliers
Hazard:
The chandelier’s screw collar that holds the chandeliers to the ceiling mount can break causing the chandelier to fall and injure bystanders.
Consumer Contact:
Sea Gull Lighting toll-free at (888) 475-1136 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online atwww.seagulllighting.com and click on Safety Recall for more information. Consumers can also email the firm at seagullproducts@seagulllighting.com.
Units
About 8,800 in the United States and 800 in Canada
Description
This recall involves seven collections of Sea Gull Lighting chandeliers including:  Brandywine, Laurel Leaf, New Verona, Newport, Parkview, Roslyn and Somerton. They are metal with various finishes and two or three tiers of glass shades. The chandeliers measure between 27 to 50 inches wide and 26 to 46 inches high, depending on the model. The following product numbers, located inside the ceiling canopy of the chandelier

Incidents/Injuries
Sea Gull Lighting has received four reports of the chandeliers falling from the ceiling. Approximately $1,600 in property damage has been reported. No injuries have been reported.
Remedy
Consumers should prevent people from going into the immediate area under the chandeliers. Contact Sea Gull Lighting immediately to receive a free replacement for chandeliers that have fallen, including shipping, or for free replacement hardware to repair the chandelier and instructions on being reimbursed for the full cost of the installation.
Sold at
Aztec Electric Supply, Ferguson, Lowe’s, State Electric Supply, Wesco and other retailers nationwide and online at Amazon.com, HomeDepot.com and other online retailers from November 2006 through August 2013 for between $250 and $750.
Manufacturer(s)
Sea Gull Lighting Products, LLC., of Skokie, Ill.
Manufactured in
China

1 comment:

  1. Some very interesting products for sale here. Their existence is probably something that you would expect from cartoons but I guess reality has its own way of surprising us. Overall a good job.

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