SINGAPORE — IKEA Singapore is recalling certain LETTAN mirrors due to a safety concern. “Customer safety is the starting point for IKEA. Therefore, we are announcing a recall for repair of LETTAN mirrors dated before and including 2105 (YYWW or May 2021) due to the risk of wall fittings breaking,” said IKEA.
IKEA develops its products through a rigorous risk assessment and testing program to ensure they comply with all applicable laws and standards in the markets where they are sold. “Nevertheless, it has come to our attention that some of the hardware used to fix the LETTAN mirrors to the wall has broken,” the home furnishings retailer said on its website.
“This in turn led to the unexpected fall of a number of mirrors. That is why we urge all customers with an affected LETTAN mirror to stop using it and to order replacement wall fittings free of charge.”
Those who own an affected LETTAN mirror can order a replacement fixture here or contact the IKEA Customer Contact Center on +65 6786 6868.
“IKEA apologizes for any inconvenience this repair recall may cause,” the company added.
It noted that no incidents were reported in Singapore.
Check out the following link for more items recalled by IKEA. /TISG
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