Intex Recreation Corp. Warns of Built-in Airbed Electric Inflator Bearing Unauthorized UL Mark
Intex is notifying all consumers that the Intex Fast Fill(TM) built-in airbed inflator specified below and provided on some Intex airbeds, bear an unauthorized UL mark. Whereas a handheld version of such inflator has been UL certified, Intex had wrongly interpreted the certification and applied it to the built-in version of the inflator as well. This specific version of the built-in airbed inflator was not evaluated for safety by UL.
Name of product: Intex Fast Fill(TM) built-in airbed inflator, model AP619
Manufacturer: Intex Industries (Xiamen) Co., Ltd., Xinyang Industrial Zone, Haicang, Xiamen, China.
Date of manufacture: October 2003 till February 2006
Identification on product: The inflator is not sold individually and can only be found as an integral part of some Intex airbeds, built into the side of the airbed. It is black color and characterized by a large (2.75 inches in diameter) control dial in the center.
Identification on product (as pictured): The name Fast Fill(TM) and model number AP619 can be found in the lower right corner of the inflator (please note that if your inflator shows the model number AP619R, it is NOT affected by this notification). Production date of the inflator can be found in the upper right corner, right next to the power switch.
Sold at: Wal-Mart, Shop at Home Network and other retail stores
What you should do:
Please contact Intex Consumer Service at (800) 234-6839. Our dedicated team of service professionals are available from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Pacific time Monday through Friday, and will be able to assist you with this issue.
You can also get information at www.intexcorp.com, or fax Intex at (310) 549-2900.
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