The product poses a risk of electric shock because the 3-pin adaptor could potentially break when being removed from the mains socket, leaving live mains terminals exposed which could present a risk of electrocution.
One incident reported.
What To Do
The manufacturer may not have provided a way to exchange your product. Read our product recall advice to find out what to do next.
Electrical Safety First recommends that anyone who discovers they have an electrical item that has been recalled should stop using it until it has been checked by the manufacturer.
|Recall date||10 Dec 2012|
|Categories||Chargers & Adaptors|