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  • Recall Alert: IKEA Overhead Lamps Could Fall From the Ceiling Without Warning - Popular Mechanics

    Recall Alert: IKEA Overhead Lamps Could Fall From the Ceiling Without Warning - Popular Mechanics;

    IKEA has recalled 840,000 ceiling lamps with retaining clips that could malfunction, causing them to crash down on you. Most Popular. By Timothy Dahl. Feb 9, 2016. It's bad news when you properly install a ceiling lamp, feel safe after the good job you ...and more »

  • IKEA Recalling 840000 Ceiling Lamps For Shades That Could Rain Glass From Above - The Consumerist

    HYBY Ceiling lamps have a very specific purpose, which is to shine light down on a room from above. It is not to send glass lamp shades plummeting toward the ground, possibly shattering over someone's head. That's why IKEA is recalling two different ...and more »

  • Ikea recalls dangerous lights after reports of glass falling from ceilings - Herald Sun

    Ikea recalls dangerous lights after reports of glass falling from ceilings - Herald Sun;

    FURNITURE giant Ikea has recalled dangerous ceiling lights across Australia following reports of glass products falling and putting customers at risk. The LOCK and HYBY ceiling lamps are being urgently recalled. Ikea warned if these products fall ...and more »

  • Ikea recalls ceiling lamps for risk of falling glass shades - Daily Mail

    Ikea recalls ceiling lamps for risk of falling glass shades - Daily Mail;

    HELSINKI (AP) — Swedish furniture retailer Ikea is recalling two types of ceiling lamps because of a risk that the glass shades might fall and injure people. The company says that after receiving complaints from customers that the shades of some "Lock ...and more »

  • Ikea recalls dangerous glass ceiling lamps - NL Times

    Ikea recalls dangerous glass ceiling lamps - NL Times;

    Ikea is recalling ceiling lamps of the brands HYBY, LOCK and RINNA, because the lampshades on these lamps can come loose and fall down. According to the store, this already led to several minor injuries, Omroep Brabant reports. Lamps with article ...and more »

  • IKEA recalls thousands of lamps 'to safeguard customers' following 224 reported incidents - Mirror.co.uk

    IKEA recalls thousands of lamps 'to safeguard customers' following 224 reported incidents - Mirror.co.uk;

    IKEA has recalled thousands of popular glass lampshades after admitting that they were not safe. The products - the Lock and Hyby glass lampshades which have been sold for years - have caused 224 incidents worldwide resulting in 11 injuries.and more »

  • Do you own THIS lamp? Ikea recalls THOUSANDS amid safety fears - Daily Star

    Do you own THIS lamp? Ikea recalls THOUSANDS amid safety fears - Daily Star;

    IKEA is recalling two types of dangerous ceiling lamps after reports they could potentially fall and lacerate buyers. 0. By Fraser Moore / Published 10th February 2016. ikea lamp IKEA. Hyby, right and Lock, left have been recalled due to safety concerns.and more »

  • IKEA recalls ceiling lamps after reports of glass shades falling - The New Paper

    IKEA recalls ceiling lamps after reports of glass shades falling - The New Paper;

    Customers who have ceiling lamps from the above brands are advised to remove them immediately and bring them back to any IKEA store where they will receive a full refund, the store said in a statement released Tuesday. Transaction receipts are not ...and more »

  • IKEA recalls ceiling lamps over laceration hazard - WDIV Detroit

    IKEA recalls ceiling lamps over laceration hazard - WDIV Detroit;

    IKEA is recalling two ceiling lamps because plastic retaining clips that secure the glass shades to the lamp housings can break and allow the glass shades to fall. This recall involves Ikea HYBY and LOCK ceiling lamps. The lamps have domed white ...and more »

  • IKEA recalls HYBY, LOCK or RINNA ceiling lamps - Astro Awani

    IKEA recalls HYBY, LOCK or RINNA ceiling lamps - Astro Awani;

    IKEA said it had received customer reports globally of the ceiling lamp glass shades falling. KUALA LUMPUR: IKEA has urged customers, who have a HYBY, LOCK or RINNA ceiling lamp, to immediately remove it and bring it back to any IKEA store for a full ...and more »