(NBC News) — Ikea is recalling 29 million chests and dressers, most sold under the “Malm” model name, that can tip-over onto children, injuring or killing them.
The furniture giant also says it will no longer sell its Malm series products because they “could be a danger.”
Ikea’s USA President told NBC News consumers should “take them out of the room” adding that customers are eligible for a free repair kit to anchor the furniture to a wall.
Refunds will also be offered.
In all, six children’s deaths have been linked to Ikea furniture since 1989.
According to the CPSC, a child is sent to the emergency room every 24 minutes due to a falling piece of furniture or a television, and every two weeks, a child dies.
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