Fiber Optic Christmas Trees Recalled for Potential Fire Hazard
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
A fire hazard is prompting the
recall of over 1,700 fiber optic Christmas trees imported by Melville Direct
from October 2017 through December 2017 for about $50. The company reported
that the AC power adapter can overheat and pose a fire hazard. There are
two different trees being recalled: the 18 inch tall tree number 432560
and the 31 inch tree number 43559. These numbers can be found on the UPC
label on the box. Consumers are urged to stop using the recalled adapters
and contact the Melville company for a full refund. This product is manufactured
by Yueqing City Island Fiber Optic Christmas Tree Plant, of China and
has had 449 reports of the adapter overheating with one injury reported.
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