Fujifilm Recalls Almost 300,000 Wall Chargers because of Risk of Shock

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Fujifilm is recalling almost 300,000 wall chargers because of a risk of electrical shock. The wall chargers were packaged with some of the company’s point-and-shoot and mirrorless camera models.

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission the wall plugs may crack, break, or detach from the device’s charger, which can pose a hazard. Currently, there are no reported injuries. The company will provide customers with a replacement wall plug and adapter unit. The recall affects only the wall charging unit. Customers can continue using the camera and can charge it with their computer using a USB cable. About 270,000 of the affected cameras were sold at national retailers, including Best Buy and Amazon between June 2016 and January 2018. An additional 24,000 units were sold in Canada.

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