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October 24, 2000

AC Adapters Recalled by Agfa Corporation

Ridgefield Park, NJ (SafetyAlerts) - Agfa Corporation announced yesterday it is conducting a recall of the optional ePhoto AC-adapters that were purchased as a digital camera accessory to the AGFA ePhoto CL30.

If the ePhoto AC-adapters are used while batteries are in the camera, it may cause the batteries to overheat, leak acid and possibly explode.

AGFA ePhoto CL30 digital cameras are not being recalled, and may continue to be used without concern as long as the recalled ePhoto AC-adapter is not used WHILE batteries are installed in the camera, according to the company.

For consumers who have an Agfa ePhoto CL30 camera with the optional accessory ePhoto AC-adapter, the AC-adapter will be replaced at no cost. Consumers are requested to contact the local Agfa service organizations. In the U.S. and Canada, please call 877-699-4387 for specific directions on replacement of the adapter.

The AC-adapters for the digital camera "Agfa ePhoto CL30 clik!" are not subject to the recall.

 
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