Service Reminder (1999):
BRK reminds all their customers to change their SensorPacks® installed in certain models of carbon monoxide detectors. These units are readily available at most hardware supply stores. You can read more about this service bulletin here!

BRK announces recall of First Alert® Fire Extinguishers (1998):
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), BRK Brands Inc., of Aurora, Ill., is voluntarily recalling about 600,000 First Alert® household fire extinguishers. The extinguishers can fail to discharge when the trigger is activated failing to put out a fire, which puts consumers at risk of fire-related injuries.

Only First Alert model FE1A10G with serial numbers beginning with: RH, RK, RL, RP, RT, RU, or RW are included in this recall. The serial number is located on the extinguisher's label, above the model number in a rectangular box.  “First Alert” is written on the units’ label and pressure gauge. The fire extinguishers are either red or white.  Home centers, mass merchandisers, and hardware stores nationwide sold the fire extinguishers from September 1999 through September 2000 for between $9 and $15.

Dicon Global Inc. warns of potentially Hazardous Carbon Monoxide Detector (January 18, 2007):
Affects American Sensor single station CO detector model CO800 manufactured between June 1995 and January 1997 - There is the potential for a shock hazard if the rotating plug assembly is extensively used.  For more information, you can click here!



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