Sears Table Saw Recall

Sears Craftsman 10-Inch Table Saw

The recall involves Craftsman portable 10″ table saws made by Rexon. They were sold exclusively by Sears from April 2014 through October 2016 for about $200 in stores and online.

The table saws sit on a black metal fold-up stand. There are 11 reports of the stand collapsing unexpectedly, resulting in 9 injuries.

The victims suffered injuries to their hands or fingers, broken bones, lacerations, a shoulder strain, and a partially amputated fingernail.

The recalled table saws can be identified by a silver label on the front of the saw, which reads “15 AMP 10-IN. TABLE SAW” and “Product Dist. in U.S. by Sears Brands Mgt Corp.” and Model No. 137.415030.

Sears Craftsman Table Saw Recall

The serial numbers start with the following letters:

RSNRSPRSQRSRRSSRSTRSURSVRSWRSX
RSYRSZRTNRTPRTQRTRRTSRTTRTURTV
RTWRTXRTYRTZRUNRUPRUQRURRUSRUT

The Consumers Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is asking consumers to immediately stop using the recalled table saws and contact the manufacturer for a free replacement stand.

The products were made in China and manufactured by Rexon Industrial Corp., Ltd. of Taiwan.

You can call Rexon toll-free at 866-934-6360 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online at www.sears.com and click on “Product Recalls.”

Source: Craftsman Portable Table Saws Made by Rexon Recalled Due to Laceration and Impact Injury Hazards; Sold Exclusively at Sears

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