Powertec Recalls to Repair Leverage Gyms Due to Injury Hazard
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What’s the problem?
August 17, 2010 - This week, Powertec of Carson, CA announced a recall of about 1,000 Leverage Gyms due to a detachment problem with the exercise workbench from the gym system that causes instability, posing a risk of injury to consumers.
This recall involves the Workbench Leverage Gym, 2010 version, which has a lock and load removable bench section opening up the lever area for power exercises such as squats, shrugs, and rows. The gym has black upholstery and either a black or yellow frame. The Powertec logo with the Workbench series name is printed on the removable bench. The models affected by this recall are WB-LS10 and WB-LS10-B. Workbench Levergyms™ with model numbers WB-LS10 and WB-LS10B sold after February 2010 are not affected by this recall.
The Leverage Gyms included in this recall were sold by fitness equipment dealers nationwide and online from October 2009 through February 2010 for about $850.
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