360 Electrical Recalls More Than 10,000 Surge Protectors Due to Shock and Fire Hazards
The recalled surge protectors were sold at B&H Photo stores nationwide and online
360 Electrical has issued a recall for a potentially dangerous product.
The company is recalling its Idealist, Idealist 2.4, and Agent models of surge protectors. The surge protectors can short circuit when non-grounded plugs are connected, posing a shock or fire hazard.
No incidents or injuries relating to this recall have been reported to date.
The affected products were sold at B&H Photo stores nationwide and through online vendors from July 2015 through February 2016 for between $33 and $40.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled surge protectors and contact 360 Electrical for a free replacement product.
Customers with questions about this recall can contact 360 Electrical toll-free at (844) 827-4207.
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