Posted on May 06, 2009
On April 29, the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC), together with Universalink International Trading, announced the voluntary recall of approximately 3,000 Special and Narita Hair Dryers (the Special is model EX-1800, and the Narita is model TE-263), after it was discovered that these defective products were not fitted with the industry mandated safety feature designed to prevent users from suffering personal injuries, particularly electrocution, if the hair dryer accidentally comes into contact with, or falls into, water.

For return or refund information, Universalink International Trading can be reached free of charge at (866) 997-676.

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