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Yamaha Corporation of America Recalls Benches Sold With Grand Pianos Due to Violation of Federal Lead Paint Standard

  • Recalled piano bench 3 I PM / PAW sold with Yamaha grand piano model GB1K PM / PAW
  • Location of model number and date code on recalled piano bench
  • Chart explaining information on piano bench label
  • Closeup of label on piano bench
Name of Product:
Piano benches sold with Yamaha grand piano

The paint on the piano bench’s interior compartment contains an excessive level of lead. This is a violation of the federal lead paint standard.

Recall Date:
February 21, 2017
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Consumer Contact

Yamaha Corporation of America toll-free at 844-703-5446 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PT Monday through Friday, email the firm at online at and click on “Support” or for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves piano bench model number 3 I PM / PAW sold with one model of Yamaha grand piano GB1K PM / PAW.  The recalled benches are brown wood with a brown padded leather seat and a compartment under the seat.  The recalled bench has a manufacturing date code between 08 07 and 16 08 (“YY MM” for year and month). The model number, manufacturing date code and “Yamaha Corporation” are printed on a white label on the interior compartment.  Consumers can also find a list of piano serial numbers sold with a bench that is being recalled is at


Consumers should immediately remove the recalled piano benches from areas with children and contact Yamaha Corporation of America for instructions on returning the piano bench for a free replacement bench.


None reported

Sold At

Piano stores nationwide from January 2009 through November 2016 for about $15,000.

Manufactured In:

Yamaha Corporation of America, of Buena Park, Calif.


Yamaha Corporation of America, of Buena Park, Calif.

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