Crane Plumbing LLC, of Dallas, Texas, has recalled 5,500 Crane Bath Tubs With A Whirlpool. The drain covers in the tubs can entangle a bather’s hair in the openings, causing the bather’s head to be held under water, which can result in drowning. No injuries have been reported. The bathtubs are acrylic with 6-12 jets. The Crane logo is printed on the whirlpool and/or noted on the air control valve. The tubs were sold at home improvement, retail and wholesale stores nationwide from March 2007 through February 2009 for between $700 and $2,700. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled tubs. Consumers can contact Crane for additional identification information on affected tubs. Consumers who have the recalled tub have two options:
• Contact Crane directly to arrange for a service agent to perform a free, in-person replacement in their home or facility; or
• Consumers can choose to replace the part themselves and Crane will provide them with a free repair kit and directions.
For additional information, contact Crane Plumbing toll-free at (866) 876-3632 or visit the company’s Web site at www.craneplumbing.com.
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