Ceiling Fans Recalled for Injury Hazards

Monte Carlo is recalling their Cyclone ceiling fans due to an injury hazard. The company reported that the fan blade bracket can break and cause the blades to fall. This recall affects over 3,000 fans which were sold in the United States and Canada. The two different models have five blades that are 60 inches wide and weigh around 30 pounds. The model numbers for the Roman Bronze, 5CY60RB, and the White finish, 5CY60WH, are printed on the motor housing. There have been 10 reports of the brackets breaking and has received one report of property damage. The company is alerting customers to stop using the fan and contact the company directly for a bracket replacement. They also will reimburse consumers if they hire an electrician to perform the repair.

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