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April 22, 1999
Electric Meter Boxes, Trouble Lights & Surge Protectors Recall
The following three product safety recalls were conducted by firms in cooperation with the CPSC. 1) Square D Co., of Palatine, Ill., is recalling about 12,200 CSEDs, which are metal boxes mounted on the outside of homes and contain the electric meter and the main electrical breaker panel. When these CSEDs are installed and electrical power supplied, electrical arcing can occur, posing a risk of shock, electrocution and electric burn. 2) Primerica Enterprise, of Deer Park N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 1,500 trouble lights. The lights have undersized wires, and other internal defects presenting fire, shock and electrocution hazards. 3) Kingsland Tools Inc., of Bell, Calif., is voluntarily recalling about 3,900 powerstrip surge protectors. The power strips have cracked, corroded and loose wires, presenting fire, shock and electrocution hazards.
September 14, 1998
Power Strip Surge Protectors Recalled by First Choice Products
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), First Choice ProductsInc., of City of Industry, Calif., is voluntarily recallingabout 194,200 power strip surge protectors. The power stripshave undersized, cracked or corroded wiring and misalignedplugs, which present fire, shock and electrocution hazards.
August 31, 1998
Extension Cords & Power Strip Surge Protectors Recalled by Okura
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Okura USA Inc. of Miami,Fla., is recalling about 6,600 extension cords and powerstrip surge protectors. The extension cords and power stripshave undersized wires that cannot carry the advertised load,plugs that are not polarized properly and no overcurrentprotection, presenting fire, electrocution and shock hazardsto consumers.
June 2, 1998
Power Strip Surge Protectors Recalled by Electronic Resources Ltd.
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Electronic Resources Ltd.of San Diego, Calif., is recalling about 5,000 power stripsurge protectors. The power strips have undersized and loosewires and poor grounding, presenting fire, shock andelectrocution hazards to consumers.
May 28, 1997
Power Strip Surge Protectors Recall by MBR Industries
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), MBR Industries Inc. of Miami, Fla., is recalling about2,970 power strip surge protectors. The surge protectors have undersizedand loose wires, loose connections, and improper grounding, which presentfire, shock, and electrocution hazards.
April 22, 1997
Power Strip Surge Protectors Recall by Howard Berger
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Howard Berger Inc. of Brooklyn, N.Y., is recallingabout 30,000 power strip surge protectors. The power strip surgeprotectors have undersized wires and loose connections, presenting fire,shock, and electrocution hazards.
March 31, 1997
Extension Cords & Power Strip Surge Protectors Recall
March 31, 1997
Trisonic Extension Cords & Power Strip Surge Protectors Recall
MARCH 5, 1997
Surge Protectors Recall by Supreme Premium
MARCH 5, 1997
Surge Protectors Recall by Price Master
April 16, 1996
Power Strip Recalled by Consolidated Stores
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Consolidated Stores Corp. of Columbus, Ohio, is recalling about 125,000 six-outlet power strips. The electrical wiring in the power strip cord could overheat and possibly cause a fire. In addition, the poor quality and construction of the power strip poses an electrocution hazard for consumers.
September 19, 1995
Surge Arresters Recalled by Square D
March 21, 1988
Surge Suppressors Recalled by GE
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