Recalls: Extension Cords

October 15, 2020 Sales BSD Recalls Homerygardens Extension Cord Splitters Due to Fire Hazard (Recall Alert)

This recall involves the Homerygardens Outdoor Extension Cord Splitters. The extension cord splitters are black with four outlets and an on/off switch and are six feet long. Read more.

December 9, 2014 Lenovo Recalls Computer Power Cords Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

This recall involves Lenovo's LS-15 AC power cord manufactured from February 2011 to December 2011. The power cords were distributed with IdeaPad brand B-, G-, S-, U-, V- and Z-series laptop computers and Lenovo brand B-, G- and V-series laptop computers. The recalled power cords are black in color and have the "LS-15" molded mark on the AC adapter end. The manufacture date code in the format REV: 00 YYMM is on a label attached to the cord. Read more.

September 6, 2012 Legrand Wiremold Recalls Power Strips Due to Electric Shock Hazard

This recall involves four-outlet under-cabinet power and lighting strips model number PX1001. The power strips come in a red package with "Wiremold-Series Part PX1001" printed on the front. The manufactured dates of the recalled products are presented as product date codes January 2011 through June 2012, and are found imprinted on a circle on the bottom with an arrow pointing to the number of the month and the year "11" or "12" in the center. The model number PX1001, and UPC number 0 86698 00125 3, are imprinted on the bottom of the packaging. Power strips that have a star symbol printed in black ink on the packaging and on the back cover of the power strip are not included in this recall. Read more.

July 19, 2012 Burlington Coat Factory Recalls Power Strips Due to Fire Hazard

This recall involves four designs of power strips. The vibrantly designed power strips come in four prints including, leopard, rose, skull and zebra. Model numbers 12256, 12257, 22563 and 22575 can be found on the six-outlet power strip. Read more.

February 1, 2012 The Container Store Recalls Brightly-Colored Power Strips Due to Fire Hazard

This recall involves three designs of brightly-colored, six-outlet power strips with model number 8001-6 embossed on the back. Power strip designs include Pop Power Strip in Scroll (black with white scroll), Dot (blue with orange, white and lime green dots and a lime green cord), and Zebra (black and white zebra stripes). The power strips have three-foot power cords. "Lush LifeĀ® power strips by design" is printed on the product's packaging. Read more.

March 31, 2010 Howard Berger Recalls Extension Cords and Power Strips Due to Fire Hazard

This recall involves Brightway heavy duty outdoor extension cords and Brightway indoor household extension cords and power strips. Model numbers involved in the recall are R2600 through R2615 (outdoor extension cords), EE6 through EE20 (indoor extension cords) and MP6DG (power strips). “Brightway” is printed on the cords. Model numbers are printed on the product’s packaging. Read more.

September 17, 2008 Hanashop Recalls Counterfeit Power Cords Due to Fire and Shock Hazard; Sold Exclusively on eBay

The recall involves 2-Ft., three outlet power cords. The power cord is orange in color and packaged in a counterfeit yellow and green cardboard sleeve. The packaging indicates the power cord is a “12 Gauge Extra Heavy Duty” type. Model number T-4145 is printed in front and back of the packaging, which is indicated in the picture below. Read more.

December 13, 2007 AutoZone Recalls Booster Cables Due to Electrical Hazard

This recall involves the Valucraft eight gauge and ten gauge booster cables. The cables are orange and have “8GA” or “10GA” printed on them. Read more.

March 8, 2007 Dollar Stop Plus Recalls Extension Cords for Fire, Shock, Electrocution Hazards

The recalled product is a 15-foot white extension cord with green wrap-around green label with bold red and white lettering. The label reads "15 Ft HOUSEHOLD EXTENSION CORD." The "UL" symbol appears on the label. The cord has a silver UL holographic trademark tag, with "07/99, BV-7582, 13A 125V, 1875 W" printed on it. The cord is marked: SPT-2, 16AWGX2C, VW-1, 60o C. Read more.

September 13, 2006 Pride Products Recalls Counterfeit Extension Cords Due to Fire Hazard

The recalled cords are brown or white, measure 6, 9, 12, or 15 feet long, are intended for indoors and have a three-outlet extension. Attached to the cord is a silver counterfeit UL holographic label marked "09/99 E157848 UL LISTED CORD SET BV-8021 13A 125V 1625W" or "09/02 E137398 UL LISTED CORD SET BW 5833 13A 125V 1625W." Read more.