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#37813 - 05/07/04 02:09 PM volt. testers may cause electrocution
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Registered: 01/03/04
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Loc: bradenton ,fl.,usa
wash. state co recalling 110,000 test wires that are used to test voltage say items pose a risk of shock.
fluke corp said report of 29 shocks from modular test leads malfunction.
users may get shocked if they touch live wires that the meter reads "no live voltage"
the recalled components are red and black with no permanent probes attached and have the fluke logo on the connector ends.
the recall includes only the fluke model TL222 and TL224 test leads. fluke test leads with the sure grip TM symbol are not included in the recall.
call 1888401-9940.
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