North Dakota Safety Advisory – Recall of Home Design Beds Sold Nationwide
According to NPR, a recall has been issued for more than half a million beds that were sold at stores like Walmart and Wayfair because they have the potential to break while being used, injuring several people.
The Home Design, Inc. recall affects several different upholstered low-profile standard and platform bed models and sizes. The furniture distributor located in Silver Lake, Indiana claims that it has received 128 reports of these beds "breaking, sagging or collapsing" during usage, with 36 injuries that are not yet known.
Customers who own the now-recalled beds are being advised by Home Design and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to cease using them right once and get in touch with the manufacturer to receive free new side rails and slats.
Customers can determine whether their bed is part of a recall by consulting the list of affected models and part number, which is available on Home Design's website as well as the CPSC's Thursday recall notice. You must email Home Design pictures of the bed or proof of purchase together with the "law label" on the headboard to get the free repair kit.
Following numerous injuries and one fatality, wall beds offered by Costco and Amazon have been recalled. Following numerous injuries and one fatality, wall beds offered by Costco and Amazon have been recalled. Between July 2018 and November 2023, Wayfair, Walmart.com, and Overstock.com carried the recalled beds, which were made in Malaysia. The range of prices was $100 to $300.
Over 527,000 Home Design beds in the United States and approximately 56,000 in Canada are affected by the recall.
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