Recalls: Doors & Door Knobs

October 23, 2012
JELD-WEN Recalls to Repair Interior Bifold Doors Due to Impact Hazard
The recalled molded white panel and flush natural wood grain bifold doors run on upper tracks and lower pivot pins. The lower pivot pin is a metal screw that fits into a white plastic sleeve that is inserted into the bottom edge of the door during the installation process. Only doors with pivot pins that have 12 rectangular indentations in the collar at the end of the sleeve are subject to the recall.
October 21, 2010
Kohler Co. Recalls Bath Doors Due to Laceration Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Selected Lowes's and Home Depot Stores
The recall involves Kohler and Sterling frameless by-pass bath doors. By-pass doors consist of two panels that slide on a track and overlap one another. They can be identified by the tempering date located on the bath door glass panel, which reads “080410” or by the SAU (serial) number on the manufacturer’s box. SAU numbers can be found on the white bar code label on the spine of the box below the retail label. The affected door models and SAU numbers are as follows:
February 14, 2000
Storm Doors Recalled by New Cole Sewell Corp.
October 20, 1998
Stuffed Animal Recall & Repair Bi-fold Doors
May 30, 1995
Porcelain Door Knobs Recalled by Gainsborough Hardware Industries