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Recall - IKEA Various Children's Wall-Mounted Lamps

Web posted on April 30, 2014

This recall involves IKEA children's wall-mounted lamps sold in various style names, shapes and colours. The lamps have a cord, about 2.1 to 2.4 meters (7 to 8 feet) long with either a switch on the cord or a switch located on the lamp. The following lamp styles are included in the recall re-announcement and expansion:

White pointed shade on red base with blue arrow
Style NameDescription
BILENGreen front of car
FLABB Red lips and white teeth
KUSLIG Dark blue or pink domed reading lamp
LJUSNING White round plastic frame with LED light
MINNEN Red, blue or mother-of-pearl domed reading lamp with silver-coloured spider on dome
MINNEN FACKLA Silver and cream torch
MYS HJRTLIG White bunny on green gingham background nightlight
MYS KANIN Sleeping bunny nightlight
MYS MNE Moon and stars nightlight
MYS RIVIGCat nightlight
PIFFIG White and blue fabric domed nightlight
Red, green, blue and yellow fabric domed nightlight
Red fabric domed nightlight
SEGLATS Sailboat nightlight
SKOJIG White or green domed reading lamp with clouds
SMILA BLOMMA White, pink or red flower
SMILA MNE Yellow moon
SMILA SNACKA Blue seashell
SMILA SJHST Orange seahorse
SMULTRON GRODA Frog nightlight
SMYG White tubular reading lamp with white metal sides
White domed reading lamp with turquoise metal base
White domed reading lamp with red metal base
SNIG Light green, pink or white domed reading lamp
STOJA Blue triangle on red base
SUSSA White rectangular lamp with grates
TASSA Dark blue lamp with wooden sides
TASSA NATT Dancing brown frogs
Blue nightlight with moon and stars
Yellow nightlight with squirrel

Children can get entangled in the electrical cord that hangs from the children's wall-mounted lamps, posing a strangulation hazard.

A 15-month-old baby became entangled in the TASSA NATT lamp's cord and nearly strangled. This incident, and the death of a 16-month-old baby who died after getting entangled in the SMILA lamp's cord, were reported in the previous recall. In both incidents, which occurred in Europe, the lamp cord was pulled into the crib by the infants.

Health Canada has not received any reports of consumer incidents or injuries related to the use of these lamps.

About 1.4 million in Canada, 3.5 million in the United States and 30.2 million worldwide. This re-announcement includes IKEA children's lamps in the firm's previous recall in December 2013 and expands the number and types of lamps.

The recalled lamps were sold from May 1984 to April 2014 at IKEA stores nationwide, in IKEA's catalogue and on the IKEA Canada website.

The affected lamps were manufactured in the United States, Lithuania and China by IKEA of Sweden, Almhult, Sweden and distributed through IKEA Canada, Burlington, Ontario.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled lamps, remove them from the wall and contact IKEA for a free repair kit. Do not use the lamp until the repair kit is installed. The repair kit has self-adhesive fasteners for attaching the lamp's cord to the wall as well as safety instructions.

For more information, consumers may contact IKEA Canada toll-free at 1-800-661-9807 anytime or at IKEA's website and click on the Recall link at the top of the page for more information.

Consumers may view the release by the US CPSC on the Commission's website.

For more information on this or other Health Canada consumer product advisories, warnings, and recalls, visit the website at

To report consumer product incidents to Health Canada, visit the website for reporting instructions.

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