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    • 11/7/2014
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    • 20141015-7F07B-2147440059
    Incident Description: I recently purchased the Ashley Axiom sofa and loveseat from Ashley Furniture. After it was delivered it had a terrible chemical smell. It was making everyone in my family sick. Eyes burning, throat burning, dizziness...migraine headaches. We have been ... (More)
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    (11/24/2014) The leather and other materials used to manufacture this sofa have been third party tested and verified as meeting or exceeding the safety requirements for chemicals of concern established for those materials. Inventory of this sofa has been inspected and we ... (More)
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