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Calif. Co. Recalls About 125,000 Plugs

Mar 20, 2003 | AP

A California company is recalling about 125,000 detachable plugs on power adapters. The plugs can break open, posing a risk of electrocution or electric shock to users.

Comarco Inc., of Irvine, has received 12 reports of plugs breaking open, but no injuries have been reported, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said Thursday.

The recalled plugs have the word "ChargeSource" printed on top. They were sold with black, 70-watt AC power adapters with the model name "Targus" and the model number PA-AC-70W-2. The adapters were manufactured in the United States.

The adapters were sold at retail stores nationwide between July 2002 and March 2003 for between $90 and $120.

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