PRODUCT RECALL: Dynamite 10W LiPo AC Balance Chargers (DYN4114) Sold In Canada as part of the Vaterra Twin Hammers 1.9 Rock Racer 1/10 RTR (VTR03000)
June 4, 2013
Product: Dynamite 10W LiPo AC Balance Charger (DYN4114)
Defect Issue: This product recall addresses the Dynamite 10W LiPo AC Balance Charger. This charger has not been evaluated for any Canadian Standards and does not bear any recognized certification mark. Horizon Hobby is recalling this product from the Canadian marketplace..
What To Do: Return the product to Horizon Hobby by following the process detailed under Corrective Action below. Consumers following the process will receive a check in the amount of $18.99 USD approximately 14–21 days after the charger is returned. Retailers returning this product will receive a credit for the dealer NET.
Please complete the electronic Return Request form by clicking here or pasting this link (http://www.dynamiterc.com/ProdInfo/Files/DYN4114comboVTR03000_Return_Request_Form.pdf) into your browser.
Upon receipt of the completed form, a prepaid shipping label will be sent to you via email. If no email address is provided on the Return Request form, the shipping label will be mailed to you. Return your charger (not the battery pack or any other part of the product), along with a printed copy of the completed Return Request form. Upon receipt of the product, Horizon Hobby will issue a check in the amount of $18.99 USD. Please allow 14–21 days for processing and delivery.
We apologize for this inconvenience. Horizon disclaims all liability and warranties for any consumer failing to act upon this product recall.
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