Title of Product:

2-in-1 Photoelectric Smoke & Hearth + Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Hazard:

The alarms can fail to alert shoppers to the presence of a hazardous stage of carbon monoxide, posing a danger of carbon monoxide poisoning or dying. Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, toxic fuel.

Recall Date:

March 31, 2022

Recall Particulars

Description:

This recall entails two fashions and two date codes of Common Safety Devices 2-in-1 Photoelectric Smoke & Hearth + Carbon Monoxide alarms. Mannequin MPC322S has 10-year sealed batteries and a producing date code of 2017JUN09. Mannequin MPC122S is a hardwired alarm with 10-year sealed battery backup and a producing date code of 2017JUN02. The model identify “UNIVERSAL SECURITY INSTRUMENTS, INC.” or “USI ELECTRIC” is printed on the entrance of the alarms above “Photoelectric Smoke & Hearth + Carbon Monoxide Alarm.”  The mannequin quantity and date code are printed on the again of the alarms.  

Treatment:

Customers ought to instantly contact Common Safety Devices for a free alternative alarm. Customers ought to hold utilizing the recalled alarms till they set up alternative alarms.

Incidents/Accidents:

Common Safety Devices has obtained two studies of items that did not alarm for the presence of carbon monoxide inside the specified time requirement. No accidents have been reported.

Bought At:

Electrical distributors nationwide and on-line at Walmart.com and different web sites from June 2017 by means of December 2019 for between $50 and $80.

Importer(s):

 Common Safety Devices Inc., of Owings Mills, Maryland

In regards to the U.S. CPSC

The U.S. Shopper Product Security Fee (CPSC) is charged with defending the general public from unreasonable danger of harm or dying related to using 1000’s of sorts of client merchandise. Deaths, accidents, and property injury from client product-related incidents value the nation greater than $1 trillion yearly. CPSC’s work to make sure the protection of client merchandise has contributed to a decline within the price of accidents related to client merchandise over the previous 50 years.

Federal legislation prohibits any individual from promoting merchandise topic to a Fee ordered recall or a voluntary recall undertaken in session with the CPSC.

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