Wood furniture importer Jofran has recalled 300 of its Boulder Ridge dining tables in response to a stress fracture that can form in the table, causing a potential injury hazard. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recall, saying it has received reports of 71 incidents involving stress fractures in the cement top or reports of the tops breaking. No injuries were reported. Made in Vietnam, the 78-inch rectangular dining tables have a cement top and wooden base. The serial numbers of the recalled tables begin with V12760A, V12760B, V12860A and V10134. The CPSC said the tables were sold at Jordan’s Furniture, Kittle’s Furniture, Nebraska Furniture Mart, Walter E. Smithe Furniture and Design and other retailers nationwide from May 2015 through October 2105 for about $1,100. It has advised consumers to stop using the tables immediately and contact the Jofran dealer where they purchased the item to schedule a free repair. Consumers can also call Jofran toll-free at 866-563-7261 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or visit the company’s website, www.jofran.com and click on the Boulder Ridge Repair link at the top of the page for more information.
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