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    Lexmark Recalls About 40,000 Printers

    Lexmark Voluntarily Recalls About 40,000 Laser Printers Due to Potential Shock Hazard

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission On Tuesday said Lexmark International Inc. voluntarily recalled 39,431 of its laser printers sold under the Lexmark, IBM and Dell brands because of a potential shock hazard.

    The recall notice said the affected printers could short circuit, posing a potential shock hazard to users. Although no incidents have been reported, Lexmark issued the recall to prevent the possibility of injury.

    The Commission said consumers who own printers included in the recall should immediately stop using them and contact the respective company to receive a replacement.

    The affected models are Lexmark's E232, E232t, E330, +332n and E332tn, IBM's Infoprint 1412 and 1412n and Dell's 1700 and 1700n. Most were sold through distributors and the Web sites of Dell Inc. and International Business Machines Corp. for about $200 each.

    * Post was edited: 2004-09-08 10:43:00