The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a voluntary recall of Oxmoor House Home Improvement Books due to faulty wiring instructions. Following the wiring instructions in technical diagrams and narrative instructions in about 540,000 books in a series of publications could result in shock and fire hazards, the commission said. Oxmoor House Inc., which is located in Birmingham, Alabama, has added the books to a previous recall in which 951,000 titles were pulled back.
The new recall involves books sold nationwide from 1955 through December 2005 for between $5 and $20. The titles in the recall include Fix-It Maps: Replacing Switches and Receptacles, Southern Living Basic Home Repairs, Southern Living Basic Wiring (2nd edition), Southern Living Basic Home Wiring Illustrated (1st edition), Southern Living Bathrooms Planning & Remodeling, Southern Living Home Lighting, Southern Living Kitchens Planning & Remodeling, Sunset Basic Wiring (3rd edition), Sunset Basic Home Wiring Illustrated (1st and 2nd editions), Southern Living Complete Patio, Sunset Bathrooms Planning & Remodeling, Sunset Home Lighting, Sunset Home Lighting Handbook, Sunset Home Remodeling Illustrated, Sunset Kitchens Planning & Remodeling, and Sunset Kitchens Planning & Remodeling. Consumers were advised by the CPSC to stop using the recalled books and contact Oxmoor House for a full refund. Consumers can call 1-866-696-7602 for information.
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