Rechargeable batteries in video baby monitors recalled
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling about 800,000 rechargeable batteries used in Summer Infant baby monitors because of burn hazards.
According to the commission's website, the battery in more than a dozen handheld color video monitor models can overheat and rupture. A similar recall occurred in 2011.
The units were sold between 2010 and 2012 and cost between $150 and $350.
The batteries are marked with TCL on the lower right corner. Affected battery numbers are:
S/N: JNN-S150A, S/N:JNS150-BA, S/N:JNS150A, S/N: JNN-S150B, S/N:JNS150-BB, S/N: JNN-S150C, S/N:JNS150-BC
Consumers can call Summer Infant at (800) 426-8627 anytime or online at www.summerinfant.com/alerts/battery-recall.
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