Health & Safety

November 1, 2013

IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL

 

Surge Protection Devices Manufactured Before 2003

Some surge protection devices can overheat under abnormal electrical conditions, posing a possible fire risk to persons and property

7 Series Surge Strip

 

8 Series Surge Strip

Q. How do I know if I have a recalled unit?

1. Look for bar code label on bottom of surge strip

Surge-Strip-Recal

2. Confirm that the Model Number is included in table below, AND

3. The two numbers that follow the first letter(s) in the serial number sequence indicate year of manufacture. The unit is included in the recall if the numbers are 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01,or 02

 

Affected Model Numbers:

8 Series 7 Series

NET8 NET7

NET8N NET7T

NET7T-C PER7

PER8T PER7C

PER8TR PER7T

8 Series 7 Series

PER8TR-CN PER7T-CO

PER8TVR PER7T-U

PER8XTV PER7TX137

PRF8T2 PER7-U

PRF8TT PER7X148

PRO8 PRF7

PRO8T2 PRF7T

PRO8T2C PRO7

PRO8T2MP12 PRO7C

PRO8T2MP12B PRO7T

PRO8TV PRO7TX183




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