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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Studio RTA, has recalled TV stands sold at BestBuy and other retailers.
According to the CPSC, "The stability of the stands does not meet industry standards to prevent TV tip-over, posing a risk of injury or death to consumers."
This recall involves four different TV stand models. Model numbers are printed on the packaging and instruction’s sheet.
- “E Series” Model 060331: The product consists of two glass shelves, a lower shelf made of metal, and black leg and frame components.
- “Fierro” Model 402875: This product was sold exclusively by Best Buy. The product consists of three glass shelves with black leg and frame components.
- “Madison DLP” Model 060176: The product consists of three glass shelves with dark wood grain finish frame components, black legs, and a black fiberboard back panel.
- “Madison 3000” Model 060090: The product consists of three glass shelves with dark wood grain finish frame components, black legs, and a metal mesh back panel.
These stands were sold by Best Buy (model 402875) and other retailers nationwide from May 2004 through August 2008 for between $220 and $260.
To see photos of the affected stands, and to order your repair kit, please see the Studio RTA Recall Page on their web site.
Source: CPSC Recall Notice
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