The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced recalls of the following products. Consumers should stop using recalled products unless otherwise instructed.

Product: Lycksele chair bed and sofa bed

Units: 100,000

Manufacturer: IKEA Home Furnishings, of Plymouth Meeting, Pa.

Hazard: Fingers can become caught in the folding mechanism of the chair bed/sofa bed, posing a laceration and/or amputation hazard.

Incidents/injuries: IKEA has received one report of a consumer whose finger was amputated while attempting to operate the folding mechanism.

Description and models: This recall involves Lycksele chair beds and sofa beds produced before July 2005 and date stamped (year/week) 0526 and earlier. The frames are constructed of iron and have natural wood slats. IKEA,the article number (700-326-82 chair bed and 900-326-81 sofa bed), and a four digit date stamp are printed on a white sticker on the underside of the product.

Sold at: IKEA stores nationwide and on the IKEA Web site from April 1999 through June 2006 for $40 (chair bed) and $90 (sofa bed).

Remedy: Consumers who have a Lycksele chair bed or sofa bed date stamped 0526 or earlier and which is missing safety covers for the folding mechanism should call or visit their local IKEA store to receive free safety covers that fit over the folding mechanism to prevent finger access. Lycksele chair beds and sofa beds produced since July 2005 (date stamp 0527 and later)were sold with safety covers.

Contact: Call 888-966-4532 or visit www.ikea-usa.com.