IKEA Recalls Wall Mounted Lamps (SMILA-series) due to a strangulation hazard. The recall resulted from the unfortunate death of 16 month year old and near death of a 15 month year old. Both incidents that occurred in Europe, resulted when the lamp cord was pulled into the crib by the infant. The lamps were sold at IKEA from July 1999 through May 2013. The models included STJÄRNA model with article numbers 501.944.49 or 500.108.79, MÅNE model with article numbers 701.944.48 or 700.108.40, BLOMMA model with article numbers 901.944.47 or 000.979.50, BLOMMA model with article number 300-746-50, HJÄRTA model with article numbers 202.256.59 or 801.993.13, BAGGE model with article numbers 101.944.46 or 700.728.71, SNÄCKA model with article number 400-982-50. and SJÖHÄST model with article number 900-982-43.
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