Enthusiasts Breaking and combustion risk: IKEA calls plates and mugs back
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The furniture giant IKEA calls two product series back to plates, bowls and mugs. The reason for this is that they could go to break and their hot content could cause burns, the Swedish group announced on Tuesday. It deals with the ranks "Heroisk" and "Talrika", to which you have received reports that the products have broken.
Safety has top priority, it's about a precautionary measure, it said in an IKEA message. Customers who bought these products should no longer use. You can be returned in any IKEA department store against reimbursement of the full purchase price. (dpa)
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