The weld connecting the legs to the seat can break, posing a fall hazard to consumers.
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The weld connecting the legs to the seat can break. The chairs have a metal frame with padded fabric seat and back cushions.
The recalled chairs are four-legged stackable chairs sold under the name Oakmont exclusively through Global Industrial Equipment. The chairs have a metal frame with padded fabric seat and back cushions. The cushions come in black, blue or burgundy. The model number, manufacture date "5-2011" and part number "PO000837" are on a white label under the seat of the recalled chairs. Chairs with the following descriptions and model numbers are being recalled:
|Black Fabric Back and Seat Cushion||WB240168BK and CN240168BK|
|Blue Fabric Back and Seat Cushion||WB240168BL and CN240168BL|
|Burgundy Fabric Back and Seat Cushion||WB240168BY and CN240168BY|
Regency Seating has received three reports of leg welds breaking. No injuries have been reported.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled chairs and contact Regency for a free replacement chair.
Global Industrial Equipment, both online and in its catalog from May 2011 to May 2012 for between $38 and $40.
Regency Seating Inc., of Akron, Ohio
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