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Recall: IKEA recalls GLIVARP extending table in white

The Swedish furniture giant IKEA announced the recall of dining tables with the designation GLIVARP (extending table). As the company announced, the glass plates could fall off.

IKEA therefore asks all customers who have purchased a GLIVARP extending table in white with frosted glass to stop using it and to contact IKEA. IKEA received reports from customers that one of the extension leaves on the GLIVARP table had come loose from the rails and fell.

Affected article


Item: GLIVARP extending table
Color white with frosted glass

In order to reduce the risk for our customers, IKEA asks all customers who own a GLIVARP extending table to bring the product back to IKEA. There the purchase price will be fully refunded to you. IKEA does not require proof of purchase.

IKEA takes product safety very seriously. All of our products are tested and comply with the applicable standards and legal regulations. Nevertheless, we received reports that the extension leaves of the GLIVARP table had fallen.

Cindy Andersen, Business Manager for Kitchens & Dining Areas at IKEA of Sweden: "Customer safety is a top priority at IKEA, so we decided to recall the tables as a precaution."

Customer service
Customers can obtain further information by calling the free IKEA number 0800-00 010 41.

 

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Product illustration: IKEA Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG

 

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