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Target Recalls Circo Night Lights Due to Fire Hazard

  • Bird
  • Dino Egg
  • Soccer Ball
  • Shark
  • Rocket
  • Hedgehog
Name of Product:
Circo Night Lights
The battery can overheat and cause the night light to melt, posing a fire hazard.
Recall Date:
July 21, 2015
About 143,000
Consumer Contact

Target at (800) 440-0680 between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or online at and on the bottom of the homepage under the "Help" section, click on the "Product Recalls" link or the Recall Tab via the firm's Facebook page.

Recall Details


This recall involves battery-operated night lights with an AC adapter included.  The night light collection includes a pink hedgehog, a blue bird, a yellow rocket, an orange dino egg, a white soccer ball and a green shark.  The model numbers are printed on the bottom side of the night lights.


 Name Model Number
 Hedgehog  060-02-1397  Pink  3.5"(h)x 5.5"(w)
 Bird  060-02-1398  Blue  4.0"(h)x6.5"(w)
 Rocket  060-02-1399  Yellow  6.0"(h)x4.75"(w)
 Dino Egg
 060-02-1400  Orange  6.0"(h)x4.75"(w)
 Soccer Ball
 060-02-1401  White  5.0"(h)x5.25"(w)
 Shark  060-02-1402  Green  3.5"(h)x6.9"(w)

Consumers should immediately stop using, unplug and return the recalled night lights to any Target store for a full refund.


Target has received two reports of the night lights overheating, including one report of a fire that damaged a consumer's dresser, wall and plug-in. No injuries have been reported.

Sold Exclusively At

Target stores nationwide and from October 2014 through May 2015 for about $15.

Manufactured In:

Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn. 

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