Lights sold at Home Depot recalled for burn, injury risk

An undated image of the recalled light fixture by Design Solutions International sold at Home Depot stores. (Photo: Consumer Product Safety Commission)

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Thousands of light fixtures sold at Home Depot are being recalled because they can fall, posing a risk of cuts and burns.

Design Solutions International is recalling about 64,200 units of its three-light and four-light Comotti Vanity Fixtures, after receiving 108 reports of the glass shades falling. One person reported their head was cut and their arm was burned and cut by a falling shade. Another person reported a cut to their leg.

The fixtures were sold at Home Depot stores nationwide and on the company’s website from December 2014 through March 2017 for between $95 and $110.

Consumers can contact Design Solutions International by email or by calling 800-388-6141 during business hours for a free replacement.