About 12,000 indoor and outdoor extension cords and power strips have been recalled by the manufacturer Howard Berger Co. Inc., of Cranbury, New Jersey. The extension cords and power strips have inadequate coating material around the cords and copper conductors that are smaller than required, posing a fire hazard to consumers. This recall involves Brightway heavy duty outdoor extension cords and Brightway indoor household extension cords and power strips. Model numbers involved in the recall are R2600 through R2615 (outdoor extension cords), EE6 through EE20 (indoor extension cords) and MP6DG (power strips). “Brightway” is printed on the cords. Model numbers are printed on the product’s packaging. Consumers should immediately stop using the extension cords and power strips and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. For additional information, contact Howard Berger at (800) 221-6895, visit its Web site at www.hberger.com or email them at email@example.com.
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