Goals this week have announced a recall of their "Heyday" branded lightning cables. The dealer says the cable can pose shock and fire hazards, and recommends that all customers stop using the cable immediately.
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Target states that the metal finish around the cord can be electrically charged if it comes in contact with the charger's USB charger. In total, Target has received 14 reports of the cables that smoke and sparks, causing finger burns in two cases.
This recall includes heyday 3 Foot Lightning USB charging cables. The metal around the cord can be electrically charged if it comes in contact with the USB wall charger's sockets during charging, causing shocks and fire hazards.
Target has received 14 reports of the cables smoking, sparking or ignition, including two reports from the consumer finger Burns.
According to the recall notice, first discovered by MacRumors Target sold about 90,000 units of Heyday 3-foot Lightning Cable. The option was a popular low cost alternative to pricier Lightning cables, with Target selling it for $ 15. It was available from June 2018 to January 2019.
Here's how to identify if you're using a Target's Heyday Lightning Cable:
The metal charging cable is purple, green and blue iridescent. The word "heyday" is printed on the cable connector. The model number 080 08 8261 is printed on the side of the product's packaging.
Goals say that if you use a Heyday Lightning cable, you should stop immediately and return it to a destination store for a full refund.  HP Memorial Day Sale "width =" 750 "height =" 162 "/>
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