Jofran Recalls Cement Table Due to Injury Hazard
Name of Product:
Boulder Ridge Dining Room Table
A stress fracture can form in the table, posing an injury hazard.
December 08, 2015
The Boulder Ridge Rectangular 78" Dining Room Table has a cement top with a wooden base. The serial numbers on the recalled tables, found on the underside of the cement top, begin with V12760A, V12760B, V12860A or V13034.
Consumers should immediately stop using the stop using the recalled table and contact the Jofran dealer where the table was purchased to schedule a free repair.
The firm received reports of 71 incidents of cement top stress fractures or cement tops breaking. No known injuries.
Jordan's Furniture, Kittles Home Furnishings, Nebraska Furniture Mart, W.E. Smithe Furniture and other retailers nationwide from May 2015 through October 2015 for about $1100.
Jofran Sales, Inc., of Norfolk, Mass.
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