Recalls: Monitors and Displays

November 21, 2007 Elmo USA Corp. Recalls Visual Presenters Due to Fire Hazard

Visual presenters capture images to LCD panels, LCD projectors and TV monitors. The recall includes presenters sold under the ELMO, Epson, Doar Communications, Vtel and Tandberg brand names. The presenters were manufactured between December 1993 and December 2003. The manufacturer information is located on the side, rear and bottom of the main body of the following ELMO model numbers, EV-500AF, EV-400AF, EV-6000AF, EV-8000AF, HV-5000XG, HV-7000SX, HV-8000SX, EV-4400AF, HV-5100XG and Epson model ELPDC02. Read more.

March 29, 2006 Signals Catalogue Corp. Recall Underground Neon Signs for Burn Hazard

The London Underground Neon Wall Sign is made of metal with glass tubing, containing neon gas and includes an AC adaptor. It was sold under item #HB3163, but this is not written on the sign. It is 14.5 inches by 12 inches, and is a licensed product from the London Transport Museum. There is a label attached to back of sign, which reads: "UNDERGROUND®; ©Transport for London; Exclusively designed Underground product, ©TfL registered user no. 04/4088." Read more.

January 14, 2005 Philips PC Peripherals Recall of Hewlett-Packard Company L2035 Flat Panel Monitors

The recall involves only the HP L2035 Flat Panel Monitor with serial numbers ranging from CNP352Y001 to CNP423Y1HS. The model number is displayed at the bottom, center of the monitor's bezel, just above the control buttons. The recalled monitors were produced from December 2003 through June 2, 2004. Read more.