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Here's How to Get Your Money Back If You Own a Recalled IKEA Baby Gate

Stephanie Lee , Gizmodo Media
Here's How to Get Your Money Back If You Own a Recalled IKEA Baby Gate

Back in May 2015, IKEA recalled about 80,000 PATRULL KLAMA and PATRULL SMIDIG safety gates due to a fall hazard. According to Consumer Product Safety Commission, IKEA is now extending that recall to include PATRULL and PATRULL FAST models. If you own any of these models, you can return them to the store for a full refund.

Here's How to Get Your Money Back If You Own a Recalled IKEA Baby Gate
These are what the safety gates look like.

As of the CPSC's announcement, IKEA has received 55 injury reports worldwide, including cuts, bruises, and concussions. Some of these were a result of the gates falling downward on the stairs. The safety gates are colored white and made of beech wood or steel and plastic, measuring 28.75 inches high with an adjustable width from 28.75 to 34.25 inches. These are the models and article numbers that are included in this recall:

Model

Article Number(s)

PATRULL safety gate

702.390.98

PATRULL safety gate extension

602.651.44

PATRULL FAST safety gate (white)

700.377.26, 702.265.19

PATRULL FAST safety gate (beech wood)

300.375.68, 700.989.51, 701.135.98 and 901.919.53

PATRULL KLAMMA safety gate

302.265.21

PATRULL KLAMMA safety gate extension

302.651.45, 902.265.23

To find your article number, look for and check the label that is attached to the metal bar at the bottom of the safety gate. Bring the product back to the store for a full refund. You don't need a receipt.

IKEA has also been offering full or partial refunds for a number of their chests and dressers, due to a severe safety hazard to children. Check our previous article for instructions on how to get your money back if you own any of these IKEA products listed here.

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IKEA Recalls Safety Gates and Safety Gate Extensions Due to Fall Hazard | Consumer Product Safety Commission via Gizmodo

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