DeWALT earphones recalled after reports of overheating, burns and fires. Over 300,000 sold

·1 min read

DeWALT jobsite earphones are the newest product on recall after four people have been burned and dozens of reports of overheating while charging. Over 300,000 have already been sold.

On Wednesday, E-filliate, of Rancho Cordova, California, recalled DeWALT Jobsite Pro Wireless Earphones.

About 301,800 have already been sold at Home Depots, Lowe’s stores and other electronics stores and hardware stores nationwide and online at www.cyberguys.com from December 2019 through July, according to a posting by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

E-filliate recalled DeWALT Jobsite Pro Wireless Earphones after reports of overheating, burns and fires. About 301,800 have been sold in stores, including Home Depots.
E-filliate recalled DeWALT Jobsite Pro Wireless Earphones after reports of overheating, burns and fires. About 301,800 have been sold in stores, including Home Depots.

There have been 61 reports of the earphones overheating during charging or use, which includes five fire reports and four minor burn injuries.

Consumers are urged to immediately stop using the earphones and call E-filliate to get a prepaid return shipment label and a free replacement.

This exact product has a manufacture code printed on the left side of the band. Codes include D4 1910, D4 1912, D4 2003, D4 2004, D4 2006, D4 2009, D4 2011, D4 2012, D4 2101, D4 2103, and D4 2104. If there is no code, it is included in the recall.

E-filliate recalled DeWALT Jobsite Pro Wireless Earphones after reports of overheating, burns and fires. About 301,800 have been sold in stores, including Home Depots.
E-filliate recalled DeWALT Jobsite Pro Wireless Earphones after reports of overheating, burns and fires. About 301,800 have been sold in stores, including Home Depots.

E-filliate can be reached at 888-979-4439 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday, email at DW2091@efilliate.com or online at https://www.efilliate.com/notices/DXMA1902091 or at www.efilliate.com and click on “Recalls”.

Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting