Four Charmglow Bug Killers Recalled For Fire Hazard
Name of Product:
Charmglow electric bug killers
Four models of Charmglow electric bug killers which may present a fire hazard to consumers are being recalled by the importer,
March 22, 1989
Manufactured in Taiwan, the recalled bug killers are models 071512 (15 watt), 073425 (25 watt), 074001 (40 watt), and 078012 (80 watt). The model numbers are printed on the label affixed to the top of the unit.
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