Sauder Woodworking Company, of Archbold, Ohio, has recalled Gruga Office Chairs. The seat plate can break, posing a fall hazard to consumers. Sauder Woodworking Company has received 17 reports of seat plates breaking, two of which involved consumers falling and receiving bumps and bruises. The recalled chairs are entertainment, executive, manager’s and task chairs with the brand name “GRUGA – Seating from Sauder.” The chairs are sold in a variety of fabrics and colors. The model number and Universal Product Code (UPC) are on a tag attached to the bottom of the seat. A blue date code is stamped on the legal disclaimer label on the underside of the chair seat. Recalled chairs are dated August 2009 and later. For photos of all 31 chairs, go to www.Sauder.com and click on Safety Notices, then click on the link for model numbers, descriptions and UPCs.
The chairs were sold at Meijer, Menards, Shopko and Target and a variety of retail outlets nationwide, and online retailers including BestBuy.com and Kohls.com from August 2009 to September 2012 for between $79 and $399. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled chairs and contact Sauder for a free replacement seat plate and attachment tool. Contact Sauder Woodworking Company; toll-free (888) 800-4590, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit www.Sauder.com and click on Safety Notices for more information.
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