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Therapedic of New England Recalls Mattresses

  • Therapedic full size mattress
  • Therapedic twin size mattress
  • Label on side of mattress
Name of Product:
Therapedic twin and full-size mattresses

The mattresses fail to meet the mandatory federal open flame standard for mattresses, posing a fire hazard to consumers.

Recall Date:
March 11, 2014
About 3,700
Consumer Contact

Therapedic of New England at (800) 698-2934 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or by email at

Recall Details


This recall involves Therapedic brand twin and full size Comfort Deluxe and Comfort Supreme style mattresses. "Therapedic" and the style name are printed on a label on the left of the top of the mattress. The date of manufacture and TEP Bedding GRP Inc., 161 Grand Valley Avenue, Orwell, Ohio 44076 are printed on a white label hanging on the side of the mattress. The recalled mattresses were manufactured in 2013. 


Therapedic of New England is mailing free mattress covers to consumers who purchased the mattresses. Consumers should immediately place the covers over the mattress to bring it into compliance with the federal flammability standard.  Consumers with the recalled mattresses who do not receive the mattress covers should contact Therapedic of New England to receive the free covers.


None reported

Sold At:
BJ's Wholesale Clubs in Ohio and western New York from January 2013 through November 2013 for about $100 for the twin size and about $230 for the full size mattresses.

TEP Bedding Group Inc., of Orwell, Ohio under contract for Therapedic of New England, of Brockton, Mass.


TEP Bedding Group Inc., of Orwell, Ohio under contract for Therapedic of New England, of Brockton, Mass.

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