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Phillips / Field Safety Notice: Contact Pin Contamination

Itigi Recall Date: 2/14/2014
buy cytotec online without a prescription Title: Feild Safety Notice: Contact Pin Contamination
http://kiravan.net/images/kiravan-image-03/ Units: A limited number of Philips HeartStart Home and OnSite (HS1) models M5066A and M5068A are affected by this action. Philips has identified the serial numbers of all affected devices.
Campi Bisenzio Issue: In a limited number of HeartStart Home and OnSite (HS1) AEDs, one or both contact pins may be contaminated by residue from the soldering process. This contamination could prevent an adequate connection between the pads cartridge and the AED.
Fix: If you are have an affected device, please contact Philips for a replacement AED at 1-800-263-3342 and select option 5. Live technical support is available Monday through Friday, 7:00AM to 5:00PM PST. You can also leave a message 24 hours a day, seven days a week; a customer support representative will return your call promptly on the next business day.

Please keep your AED in service until you receive a replacement if there are no alternative defibrillators readily available.
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