Corinthian Industries (Australia) Pty Limited — Corinthian timber doors — Blonde Oak (White Oak); Infinity (Merbau); Windsor 21 (Meranti); Moda Primed; Brentwood (Meranti).

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Product description

External and internal timber doors, typically used for residential premises, with glass inserts.

5 different coloured doors with full length glass inserts
Identifying features

Other identifying numbers

Blonde Oak (White Oak); Infinity (Merbau); Windsor 21 (Meranti); Moda Primed; Brentwood (Meranti).

Reasons the product is recalled

Certain glass doors installed from approximately October 2019 to February 2022 may not be toughened correctly and may not shatter according to the requirements of the Australian toughened glass safety standards.

The hazards to consumers

If the glass door has not been toughened correctly and the glass breaks, it may break into fragments or shards and pose a risk of serious injury.

What consumers should do

Some consumers will receive a letter between December 2022 and January 2023 from Corinthian Doors, their retailer or installer arranging for repair of their affected doors. Consumers who have not received a letter but have a clear glass door with timber trim (see example photos above) should visit the below Corinthian Doors recall webpage and follow the instructions to identify if your doors are affected.
All affected doors will be repaired at no cost. A clear film will be applied which prevents the glass from breaking unsafely into fragments or shards.

Important message from the ACCC to consumers

Consumers can access their rights under the Consumer Guarantees which are independent of the remedy offered in this recall.  You may wish to contact Corinthian on or Ph 1300 899 153 about your particular door.

Traders who sold this product

54 retailers sold the recalled product, including Bunnings. Please see the attached list of traders.

List of traders who sold this product

Where the product was sold


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Recall advertisements and supporting documentation

Responsible regulator

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.

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