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In this March 12, 2015 file photo, a man walks past a Lumber Liquidators store in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

(Bloomberg) – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission ended its probe of Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. for selling formaldehyde-laden flooring without issuing a product recall, while calling for corrective measures that the retailer has largely undertaken already.

Lumber Liquidators agreed to not sell laminate flooring made in China — which it stopped offering more than a year ago — and will continue testing the homes of customers who purchased the product, according to a statement on Thursday. The CPSC uses recalls to get faulty products off the market, but didn’t take that step in this case. The regulator’s examination of the product didn’t find unsafe levels of formaldehyde, backing up the results of a testing program the company instituted last year.

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