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Recall: PC Locs iQ 10 Charging Station

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The problem

PC Locs have recalled their iQ 10 Charging Stations. A potential fault with some USB charging hubs may cause an electric shock.

Details

Products with model number PCL7121 are affected. The charging stations were sold nationwide from November 2015 to February 2016 from the following stores:

  • New Era IT
  • OfficeMax
  • Acquire
  • NLG Commercial
  • CTNZ
  • Isometric

What to do

Check your iQ 10 Charging Station to see if it’s affected:

  • Turn off your charging station at the wall and unplug.
  • Remove the top cover, locate both USB hubs and peel back the silver label to reveal the 11 digit batch code.
  • If the USB hubs don’t have a batch code or the batch code begins with 14L, 15B or 15C, you’ll need to remove the hubs and contact PC Locs for replacement USB hubs.

USB hubs with batch codes 15D, 15F or 15H are not affected and you can replace the label and continue to use your charging station safely.

Contact PC Locs on +61 8 920 97900 or service@pclocs.com.au with any questions.

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