Thousands of ceiling fans recalled in the US due to injury risk

A recall was issued on December 17 including about 30,000 units of ceiling fans sold in the U.S. due to a possible defect that may result in consumers sustaining injuries, a U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission report said.

The recall covers 43 models of Casablanca ceiling fans with motor and blades that may detach from the adapters and fall. The issue usually occurs when the affected ceiling fans are in the “reverse updraft mode.” Casablanca and federal authorities are aware of eight incidents of malfunctioning ceiling fans, one of which resulted in a consumer sustaining minor injuries and property damage. Owners of these fans have been warned not to use the recalled ceiling fans and to contact Casablanca for a free repair.

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