Millions of steel shelves recalled because they could not support stated weight

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Over 2 million Edsal manufacturing heavy-duty steel shelves have been recalled because they may not be able to support the weight stated on the label.

According to United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Edsal 5 Tier Muscle Rack Unit “the shelves may not support the 800 lb load specified on the package, posing a risk of injury to the consumer.”

The commission said 2,200,000 of them were sold online at Amazon.com, Staples.com, Walmart.com and other online retailers from January 2015 to September 2020 for between $ 80 and $ 90.

Product details are:

  • Muscle Rack Edsal Heavy Duty 5 Tier Steel Shelves, gray or black steel frames with five plywood shelves, model numbers for 72 inch high, 18 inch deep and 36 inch wide units, CR3618 and CR3618-BLK; model number for 72 inch high, 24 inch deep and 48 inch wide units, CR4824 and CR4824-BLK.

The commission said Edsal had received seven reports of shelves “being bent or broken due to heavy items placed on the shelves, including an injury to a consumer who broke a toe after items were dropped when the shelf broke “.

Customers can contact Edsal for a full refund by calling 833-232-5287 Between 9 am and 5 pm CT weekdays or go to the website and click on “contact us”.

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