WASHINGTON (WKOW) – The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a recall for 800 Adjustable Ottoman Beds.
Safety officials say the ottoman is being recalled because when it's converted into a bed and weight is put on it, it can collapse, posing a fall hazard to consumers.
The retailer, Improvements Catalog, is aware of five reports of the bed collapsing, including two reports of minor injuries. The product is an ottoman on casters with a folding metal frame and a high-density poly foam mattress. The ottoman can open out and be converted into a twin-sized bed.
If you have the recalled item, you should stop using the product and contact Improvements to receive a store credit for the full amount of the purchase price.
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