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Patio Swivel Rocker Chairs - Kmart

PRODUCT: Swivel Rocker Chairs - Tropitone Furniture Co., of Irvine, Calif. is voluntarily recalling about 1,440 Echo swivel rocker chairs. The chairs have oval-shaped arms and are sold in two styles. Chairs with model number 189930 have cushion seats. Chairs with model number 199930 have sling fabric seats. Both models were sold in various solid colors and print fabrics. The chair frames have six color finishes: aged pewter, aluminum, chrome, golden bronze, heron blue, and textured ebony. Outdoor/patio furniture stores nationwide sold the chairs from January 2000 through May 2000 for between $250 and $280.

PROBLEM: The base of the chair can crack, causing the person seated in the chair to fall.

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    A Sam Moore swivel rocker chair. This chair by Sam Moore features an attached overstuffed back cushion, round-t arms, a removable seat cushion and a pleated skirt covering a black metal swivel rocker base. The chair is model number 25102SG and is upholstered in a purple, grey and gold peacock feather pattern.

    PRODUCT: Swivel Rocker Chairs - Tropitone Furniture Co., of Irvine, Calif. is voluntarily recalling about 1,440 Echo swivel rocker chairs. The chairs have oval-shaped arms and are sold in two styles. Chairs with model number 189930 have cushion seats. Chairs with model number 199930 have sling fabric seats. Both models were sold in various solid colors and print fabrics. The chair frames have six color finishes: aged pewter, aluminum, chrome, golden bronze, heron blue, and textured ebony. Outdoor/patio furniture stores nationwide sold the chairs from January 2000 through May 2000 for between $250 and $280.

    PROBLEM: The base of the chair can crack, causing the person seated in the chair to fall.