Craftsman Portable Table Saws Made by Rexon Recalled
On March 7, 2017, manufacturing company Rexon issued notice of a recall for the Craftsman-brand 10-inch table saw bearing the model number 137.415030. The serial numbers of the affected table saws, which were made by Rexon and sold under the Craftsman name, begin with the following letters:
The model and serial numbers are printed on a silver label located on the front of the saw, along with the words “15 AMP 10-inch table saw.”
Details About the Rexon Recall
According to Rexon, the saw’s black metal foldable stand, where the tool sits during use, can collapse unexpectedly and cause injuries to the saw operator. So far, 11 impact and laceration injuries have been reported, including nine reports of injuries to fingers and hands.
The table saws were manufactured in China and sold exclusively at Sears stores throughout the country between April 2014 and October 2016. The saws sold for a retail price of about $200.
What You Should Do If You Own a Recalled Craftsman 10-Inch Table Saw
If you own one of these table saws, stop using the tool immediately. To get a free replacement, contact the manufacturer, Rexon, at (866) 934-6360. More information can be found on the website for the Consumer Protection Safety Commission (CPSC).
Contact Hossley & Embry If You’ve Been Injured by a Recalled Craftsman Tool
If you have been injured while using the recalled Craftsman-brand portable 10-inch table saw, you should contact the qualified and experienced product defect attorneys at Hossley & Embry right away. We have successfully handled hundreds of product liability lawsuits, and we have the resources available (including charter aircraft) to travel throughout Texas and the United States on short notice to investigate your potential claim.
Contact us today by phone (866) 522-9265 or fill out a simple online form to schedule your free case evaluation.
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