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Pottery Barn recalls lamp due to electrical shock risk

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Pottery Barn: return recalled lamps

The Pottery Barn is recalling three lamp models for an electrical shock risk. Find out more about the recall and if you own one of the affected lamps.

Pottery Barn issues recalls on three lamp models sold in Pottery Barn stores

The Pottery Barn issued a recall on 7,300 lamps after a shock hazard was discovered, the retailer reported Friday.

Three lamp models affected

The Pottery Barn recall involves three different lamp models with bronze-colored finishes, including the Clay Task Lamp (Model #2467553,) the Montgomery Task Lamp (Model #9691783) and the Montgomery Floor Lamp (Model #9691775). Model numbers can be located on the bottom of the lamps. These lamps were sold both online and in Pottery Barn stores between July 2009 and August 2010 for prices ranging from $60 to $300.

One injury reported

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says that one consumer received an electric shock when she touched one of the lamps, resulting in a minor injury. Pottern Barn advises consumers to immediately unplug lamps and return them to their Pottern Barn store for a refund. Consumers can also call the Pottery Barn customer service hotline at 877-851-7890 between 4 a.m. and 9 p.m. PT every day or through The Pottern Barn website.

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