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November 16, 1998

AIG Designs Holding Inc. Recalls Entertainment Units

AIG Designs Holding Inc. Recalls Entertainment UnitsAlpharetta, GA (SafetyAlerts) -AIG Designs Holding Inc. is recalling about 1,200 entertainment units. The light fixture in these units can have exposed wiring, which could cause a fire or cause serious shock or electrocution.

The units have either black or white finishes, and glass-front doors. They were sold as three-piece sets, with two side piers and one connecting bridge, or as individual pieces. The side piers are 79 inches high and 24 inches wide, and the bridge is 38 inches wide. Sears stores nationwide sold the entertainment units from October 1997 to March 1998. The three-piece set cost about $999. Each side pier cost about $450 individually and the bridge piece cost about $200.

Consumers should unplug the light fixtures immediately and call Sears to schedule a free, in-home service visit to replace the fixtures. To schedule a service visit or for more information, call Sears at (800) 215-9167 anytime.

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