Hong Kong China Electric Appliance Manufacture Company is recalling about 77,900 Harbor Breeze Belleisle Bay and Honeywell Rio ceiling fans due to an impact injury hazard.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the blades can detach from the fan while in use, posing an impact injury hazard to consumers.
This recall involves Harbor Breeze 52-inch Belleisle Bay and Honeywell 52-inch Rio ceiling fans, which are identical fans but branded separately.
The recalled Harbor Breeze Belleisle Bay Ceiling Fans have a brushed nickel housing finish (model number 40650) or an oil rubbed bronze housing finish (model number 40651). Both models have three matte black blades, a frosted, cased white glass bowl light and a 3-speed reversible motor with remote control
The recalled Honeywell Rio Ceiling Fans have an oil rubbed bronze housing finish (model number 50514), a champagne housing finish (model number 51623), a pewter housing finish (model number 51624), a brushed nickel housing finish (model number 50195), or a white housing finish (model number 51030). Each model has three black matte fan blades, a frosted, cased white glass bowl light, and a 3-speed reversible motor with remote control.
The model numbers for the recalled fans are printed on the silver rating label located on the top of the fan housing assembly.
|40651||Harbor Breeze 52” Oil Rubbed Bronze Belleisle Bay Ceiling Fan |
|40650||Harbor Breeze 52” Brushed Nickel Belleisle Bay Ceiling Fan |
|50514||Honeywell 52” Bronze Rio Ceiling Fan |
|51623||Honeywell 52” Champagne Rio Ceiling Fan |
|51624||Honeywell 52” Pewter Rio Ceiling Fan |
|50195||Honeywell 52” Brushed Nickel Rio Ceiling Fan |
|51030||Honeywell 52” White Rio Ceiling Fan |
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled fans and contact Hong Kong China Electric Appliance Manufacture Company (“HKC”) to confirm their fan is under the scope of the recall by providing the firm a photo of the fan and date code. The consumers will then be instructed to disconnect the fan, provide a photo of the disconnected fan to HKC and dispose of it in the trash or recycle. The consumer will then receive a free replacement fan by mail.
The firm has received 60 reports of the blades detaching from the fan, including three reports of the blades causing property damage to drywall. No injuries have been reported.
The ceiling fans were sold online at Lowes.com, Amazon.com, Wayfair.com, Overstock.com, Hayneedle.com, Houzz.com, eAcces.com, and Build.com from February 2018 through August 2021 for about $150.
Consumers can contact Hong Kong China Electric Appliance Manufacture Company toll-free at 1-888-232-9895 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or online at www.ceilingfanrecall.expertinquiry.com, https://hkcus.com/recall-rio or www.hkcus.com and click on “recall” for more information.