190,000 ceiling fans sold

More than 190,000 ceiling fans sold at Home Depot recalled after blades fly off

In excess of 190,000 roof fans sold at Home Depot are being reviewed after reports that the edges tumbled off while turning, hitting individuals and causing property harm.

The Hampton Bay Mara indoor and open air roof fans were sold for the current year among April and October at Home Depot stores and by means of its site. They incorporate fans that are matte white, matte dark, dark and cleaned nickel. They likewise accompany a white shading changing LED light and controller.

Around 182,000 of them were sold in the U.S. also, 8,800 were sold in Canada. The Consumer Product Safety Commission said proprietors of the fans should quit utilizing them promptly and assess them for edges that aren’t secure.

“On the off chance that buyers notice cutting edge development or lopsided holes between the edges and fan body or development of the clasp during investigation, buyers ought to promptly contact King of Fans for a free substitution roof fan,” the CPSC said.

The organization has gotten 47 reports of sharp edge separations, including two reports of the edge hitting somebody and four reports of the cutting edge causing property harm.

Ruler of Fans, which makes the roof fans, said it will supplant any of the defective ones for nothing.

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