IKEA Recalls 25,000 Glass-Door Wall Cabinets

IKEA Home Furnishings is recalling about 25,000 BERTBY glass-door wall cabinets. IKEA says the cabinets have the wrong sized screws for the safety bracket, which can cause the cabinets to fall from the wall.The company has received two reports of cabinets falling.

No injuries have been reported.

The glass-door wall cabinets have “BERTBY,” the product article number (380.472.10) and supplier number (14709) written on a label on the underside of the bottom panel or on the top side of the top panel.

The cabinets are about 67 inches high.

IKEA stores nationwide sold the recalled cabinets from January 2002 through Sept. 9, 2004 for about $100.

Consumers should contact IKEA to determine if their wall cabinet needs a free repair kit.

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