Recall: Extension Cords & Power Strip Surge Protectors Recalled by Okura
Okura USA Inc. is not aware of any injuries involving these electrical products. This recall is being conducted to prevent the possibility of injury.
There are 600 extension cords being recalled. The cords for household use are white and have 3 outlets. The cords for outdoor use are orange and have one outlet. "China" is embossed on each cord's plug or receptor. The cords are available in the following lengths.
There are 6,000 power strip surge protectors being recalled. The power strips have six black outlets. They are made of beige metal with a black cord and red power light. A silver sticker on the bottom of the strip reads in part, "AC SURGE PROTECTOR...125v/125AMP." The power strip is sold in a cardboard box. Labeling on the packaging reads in part, "AC SURGE PROTECTOR...NIPPON AMERICA...MODEL NO. 14-515."
Discount stores in Florida sold the extension cords and power strips from March 1995 through January 1998 for about $1 to $9, depending on which specific product was purchased.
Consumers should stop using these extension cords and power strips immediately and return them to the store where purchased for a refund. For more information about this recall, consumers should call Okura USA Inc. at (800) 327-7522 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. EDT Monday through Friday from everywhere but Florida. The foll-free number from Florida is 888-327-7522.
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