|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
|June 5, 1996
|Release # 96-141|
CPSC and Thayer Coggin Inc. Announce Furniture Recall
WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer
Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Thayer Coggin Inc. of High
Point, N.C., is recalling approximately 1,100 chairs,
recliners, couches, and settees. The furniture may break and
injure consumers if it collapses.
Thayer Coggin has received one report of its Sency
model chair breaking and one report of its Premier model
recliner breaking. The company also is aware of three
reports of people who received cuts requiring stitches from
the sharp edges underneath its Kingsley model recliner.
Thayer Coggin and commercial furniture dealers sold the
chairs, recliners, couches, and settees primarily for
institutional use in hospital and medical waiting rooms and
reception areas. The following furniture is involved in this
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