Big Lots, popular American retail company headquartered in Ohio, has announced a substantial hanging chair recall, which spans nearly 16,000 units total. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)’s recall notice states that when the chairs swing sideways away from the base, they may tip over unexpectedly. The hanging chair recall involves egg-shaped chairs hanging from a chain. The chain, which connects to the brown wicker chair with a red cushion, is linked to a black metal pole with a U-shaped base at the bottom. Before the hanging chair recall was announced, Big Lots received information regarding eight separate incidents of ... Read More
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