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The respective cabinets with glass doors (photo) were sold between April 1, 2010 and April 1, 2017

Two popular IKEA products are being urgently recalled for fear of collapse and injury

  • HEMNES Bookcases and display cabinets have defective shrinking shelves
  • Shelves and items may fall from items purchased between April 2010 and April 2017
  • Consumers with a defective product are requested to contact the nearest IKEA store
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Two popular IKEA products have been urgently recalled for fear of causing injury.

HEMNES Bookshelves and display cases have defective shelves that can shrink and move in a dry indoor climate, especially in the colder months.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a safety warning that the malfunction may cause injury due to falling planks or objects.

The respective cabinets with glass doors (photo) were sold between April 1, 2010 and April 1, 2017

HEMNES Bookshelves (photo) have defective shelves that can shrink and collapse
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HEMNES Bookshelves (photo) have defective shelves that can shrink and collapse

HEMNES Bookcases (right) and display cases (left) have defective shelves that can shrink and move in a dry indoor climate

The products concerned were sold between 1 April 2010 and 1 April 2017.

Consumers who believe they have an item in question can order longer pins for replacement shelves by contacting the nearest IKEA store or calling customer service.

Consumers who believe they have an item in question can order longer pins for replacement shelves by contacting the nearest IKEA store or calling customer service

Consumers who believe they have an item in question can order longer pins for replacement shelves by contacting the nearest IKEA store or calling customer service

Consumers who believe they have an item in question can order longer pins for replacement shelves by contacting the nearest IKEA store or calling customer service

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