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Human Touch Reclining Chairs Recalled for Fall Hazard
December 7th, 2016 by thomasjhenry
Human Touch LLC, an American company, has recalled approximately 1,100 Perfect Chair power recliners due to a fall hazard. At least one report of a mechanism malfunction has been received, although no injuries have been officially reported to date.
About the Reclining Chair Recall
According to the Consumer-Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the reclining chairs’ joystick reclining mechanism can malfunction and allow the chair to continue moving, thus posing a fall hazard to those seated in it.
CPSP recommends that customers should stop using the recalled chairs immediately and return them to the store where they purchased them for a full refund, or to directly contact Human Torch at 1-800-355-2762 via phone, email@example.com via email, or using the Support section of its official website: https://www.humantouch.com/contacts.
Description of Recalled Chairs
The following information was provided by the CPSC:
This recall involves Human Touch’s Perfect Chair ®, model PC-610 with serial numbers between B613315034 and B614215154.
The power reclining chairs in question is about 43 inches long, 31 inches wide, and 47 inches high, and has a head pillow on the top and a joystick controller on the left armrest. It was also sold in a walnut, dark walnut or chestnut wood finish base with a leather pad set that came in 33 different colors.
The words “Human Torch” and “Perfect Chair” and the model and serial number can be found on the cross bar connecting the rear legs of the chair.
These seats were sold at furniture and specialty stores nationwide, including Healthy Back, Human Torch, Relax in Comfort, Relax the Back, and The Better Back Store as well as online via sites such as ebay.com and vitalityweb.com for between $3,000 and $5,000.