Emerson Recalls Ceiling Fans
Emerson Air Comfort Products, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), is voluntary recalling about 870 Emerson Corsair Ceiling Fans due to an injury hazard.
About the Recalled Emerson Ceiling Fans
According to the CPSC, the hanger bracket of the ceiling fan can spread apart due to heat from the motor and possibly the out-of-balance operation. This causes the ceiling fan to fall, which poses an injury hazard.
Emerson has received 3 reports of Corsair fans falling from the ceiling, and no injuries have been reported. It is recommended that owners immediately stop using the Corsair fans and contact Emerson Air Comfort Products for a free repair.
Description of Recalled Ceiling Fans
Information below provided by the U.S. CPSC.
- The Emerson Corsair Ceiling Fans have two blades and 44 or 52 inch blade spans.
- Fans were sold in two finishes, oil-rubbed bronze and antique pewter.
- The ceiling fans were sold at fan and lighting stores nationwide, as well as several websites such as Emerson’s own website and Amazon. They were sold from January 2009 through June 2012 for between $450 and $530.
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