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Instant Recall

Courtesy Consumer Product Safety Commission
This Aztec Light Chandelier sold at Lowe's stores has been recalled, the Consumer Product Safety Commission says.

48,900 Lowe’s chandeliers recalled

Aztec Light Chandeliers, sold exclusively at Lowe’s stores, have been recalled.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission website said the fixture loop that connects the hanging chain to the lamp can fail, causing the chandelier to fall from the ceiling.

Kichler Lighting has received six reports of the chandeliers falling, the recall notice said. No injuries have been reported. About $6,000 in property damage has been reported.

For more information, those who own one of the chandeliers can reach the Kichler Lighting’s Home Center Division at 800-554-6504 or go online to, click on “Aztec” and then “Model No. 34330 Safety Information.”

The recall said 48,900 chandeliers are involved.

Model No. 34330 is printed on a sticker inside the ceiling canopy at the top of the chandelier.

Consumers are urged to prevent people from going underneath the chandeliers, and to contact Kichler for information on how to get a free repair kit or replacement for chandeliers that have fallen.

They were sold between July 2006 and August 2011 for about $240.