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Targus - Wall plug for Dual Video Universal Docking Station (Dock120AUZ)

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The Hazard

While unplugging from the wall or powerboard, the faceplate may separate from the body, exposing live parts and presenting a risk of electric shock.

If you are not certain that the power has been switched off, seek qualified help to confirm the power is off and to remove the transformer safely.

What to do

Don't attempt to unplug, while the power source is still turned on. Make sure you switch off the power to the adapter before removing it from any outlets.

Targus is in the process of contacting all identified customers and asking them to provide the number of replacement units needed.

Availability

Affected units sold from 16 March 2016 to 31 October 2017.

If you purchased the Dual Video Universal Docking Station from March 2016 to October 2017 and have not received an email from Targus: contact your seller or Targus directly to organise replacement plugs.

Product Identifiers

AC transformer which has a detachable Australian AC plug head adaptor, and sold with the Targus Dock120AUZ Dual Video Universal Docking Station.

Supplier Contact

Targus Australia Pty Limited
0800 633 222 Visit their site

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