There have been 61 reports of earphones that overheated while charging or in use
More than 300,000. wireless earphones are being recalled due to the possibility of overheating and burning consumers.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, DeWalt Jobsite Pro Wireless Earphones can “overheat while charging or being used, posing burn- and fire hazards.”
E-filliate, a California-based company, issued the recall after receiving 61 reports of earphones that had overheated. According to the CPSC, there were five reports of the product setting itself ablaze and four reports that it caused minor burn injuries.
From December 2019 through July 2021, the earphones were sold in electronics and hardware stores nationwide like Lowe’s and Home Depot.
These items were also available online at Cyberguys.com
The affected product is identified by its yellow and black neckbands and wired headphones. The affected product’s manufacturing codes are D4 1910,D4 1912 and D4 2003. D4 2006. D4 2009, 2012, D4 2011 and D4 2012.
According to the CPSC, consumers are urged not to use headphones again.
E-filliate stated in a statement that it had posted on its website, “If your product is in the recall,”
According to the recall, consumers will receive a replacement free of charge.