Harbor Breeze Kingsbury Ceiling Fan Recall; Due to Injury Hazards
Recently, HKC-US of Memphis, Tenn., has announced its recall on around 280,000 Kingsbury 70-inch ceiling fans.
The company issued the recall because the product’s light globe can fall from its casing. Thus, increasing the risk of an impact and laceration injury hazards.
As of this time, the company has received 76 reports of the light globe falling. Meanwhile, four reports involved laceration injuries.
This recent recall includes the Harbor Breeze’s Kingsbury indoor ceiling fans manufactured before December 2018.
These fans have a bronze finish and have five reversible blades in distressed mocha color. Moreover, it has a 70-inch bland span. Furthermore, the product has a frosted glass light and remote control.
On the other hand, the manufacture date in MM-YYYY format is placed on a label on top of the motor housing.
Also, the items have been manufactured in China and were distributed to Lowe’s stores nationwide and online at Lowes.com from April 2010, through December 2018, for about $230.
Are you an owner of the Harbor Breeze Kingsbury Ceiling Fans? We’d like to know about your experience. Tell us your thoughts on this recall.
What You Need To Do
Customers are advised to contact to request a new owner’s manual and light kit label to help ensure the correct installation of the light globe.
For customers who may have other concerns, they may call HKC-US toll-free at (877) 239-7267 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday, by email at HKCRecall@hkcus.com or online at www.hkcfans.com for more information.
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