October 1, 1998
- Philips Magnavox Home Audio System Repair by Philips Consumer Electronics
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Philips ConsumerElectronics Company, of Atlanta, Ga., is recalling 25,500Philips Magnavox home audio theatre systems for free repair.The system's speaker voice coil can overheat and lead to aspeaker fire, presenting a fire hazard to consumers. Philips has received four reports of speaker fires, with oneresulting in scorched carpeting. No injuries have beenreported.
August 27, 1998
- Mini Audio Systems Repair/Recall by AIWA America
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), AIWA America Inc., ofMahwah, N.J., is voluntarily recalling about 200,000 minihome audio systems for repair. Approximately 108,000 unitsremain with consumers. The units could contain a faultytransistor that can cause the unit to smoke, presenting afire hazard to consumers.
March 20, 1996; Revised January 21, 2003
- Stereo-Cassette Player Recalled by Nutone
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), NuTone Inc. of Cincinnati,Ohio, is announcing a recall to repair more than 25,000"NuTone" brand ST-1000 Stereo-Cassette Players. Componentsin the power supply board may overheat, causing smoke damageor fire.
April 22, 1977
- Stereo Recalled by Grand Prix