IKEA wall mirror could fall: Recall issued

A safety recall has been issued concerning the IKEA LETTAN Mirror. Due to a potential injury hazard, immediate action is recommended for those who have purchased this product. Below is a comprehensive summary of the recall details, the risks involved, and the steps you should take to ensure your safety.

Product: IKEA LETTAN Mirror

Reason for Recall: The plastic fittings used to attach the mirror to the wall can break, causing the mirror to fall and pose an injury risk.

Affected Products:

  • All LETTAN mirror sizes with a date stamp before and including 2105.
  • All LETTAN mirror sizes with supplier number 21944 and a date stamp before and including 2325. (Note: The date stamp is a 4-digit code where the first two digits represent the year and the last two represent the week. This can be found on a label on the back of the mirror.)

Incidents: As of August 29, 2023, no incidents or injuries have been reported in Canada. Globally, there have been 65 reported incidents of these mirrors falling due to the breaking fittings, resulting in minor property damage and one minor injury.

What to Do:

  1. Stop using the recalled LETTAN mirrors immediately.
  2. Order replacement wall fittings from IKEA for free.
  3. Alternatively, return the mirror to IKEA for a refund (no receipt needed).

Contact IKEA: Call toll-free at 1-800-661-9807, available Monday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. EST, or visit IKEA’s website.

Additional Information:

  • 27,825 units of the affected product were sold in Canada.
  • The mirrors were available for purchase from February 2020 to June 2023.
  • They were manufactured in China by Ganglong Mirror Art Co., Ltd. and Jiangsu Tonda Furniture Co., Ltd.
  • The recall was first published on January 12, 2023.
  • Reselling or redistributing recalled products is prohibited in Canada.

For more details or to report any incidents related to this product, Canadians can contact Health Canada or check the OECD Global Portal on Product Recalls website.

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