Brooks Furniture is recalling about 350 glider rockers because the spindles in the glider base can separate while rocking, posing a fall hazard to the user. The recall includes two styles of glider rockers: the 1529P glider rocker has a maple wood frame with blue fabric upholstery; the 1529V-LM glider rocker has a maple wood frame with beige vinyl upholstery and a locking mechanism to disengage the glider. Both recalled chairs have the style number and manufacture date between 1/1/2011 and 12/31/2012 printed under the chair’s seat. Affected units were sold through Kaplan Early Learning Co. nationwide from October 2011 to December 2012 for about $390 to $540, depending on style. Consumers should stop using the glider rocker and contact Brooks Furniture to receive a free replacement base.
Lea Industries is recalling about 500 bunk beds with bookcases because the bunk bed can be assembled incorrectly, creating a space that poses an entrapment hazard to young children. The recall involves Lea Covington and Hannah Collections style bunk beds with bookcases. The beds were sold in twin over twin and full over full sizes with accessories including a bookcase. Affected units were sold through Furnitureland South and other furniture stores nationwide and online at Hayneedle.com from September 2011 until March 2014 for about $1,700. Consumers should immediately check to see if they have the recalled bunk beds and then contact Lea Industries to determine if the bed is mis-assembled. A professional installer can be dispatched to raise the position of the bottom bunk bed and install new brackets on the bookcase. Lea Industries is contacting known customers directly.
Roland Corporation is recalling about 640 digital pianos because the AC power cord can be connected to the XLR output jacks, posing an electrical shock hazard. The recall involves Roland model RD-800 Electronic Digital Pianos. Pianos within the following serial number ranges are being recalled: Z6D0015 to Z6D0019, Z7D0174 to Z7D0423, Z8D1056 to Z8D1255 and Z9D2131 to Z9D2333. Affected units were sold at American Musical Supply Inc., Cascio Interstate, Full Compass Systems Ltd, Guitar Center Inc., Kraft Keyboard Center, Musicians Friend Inc., Sam Ash Inc. and Sweetwater Sound Inc. stores nationwide from January 2014 to April 2014 for about $3,000. Consumers should immediately stop using the pianos, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet and the piano and contact Roland U.S. for a free repair kit or locate an authorized dealer or service center to have the repair kit installed free of charge.