Hatch Baby Recalls Nearly 1 Million Sound Machine Power Adapters Due to Shock Hazard

Hatch Baby Recalls Nearly 1 Million Sound Machine Power Adapters Due to Shock Hazard
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Near­ly 1 Mil­lion Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machines Recalled Due to Shock Hazard

If you’re a par­ent using a Hatch Baby Rest sound machine (1st gen­er­a­tion), be aware of a recent safe­ty recall impact­ing the pow­er adapter. The U.S. Con­sumer Prod­uct Safe­ty Com­mis­sion (CPSC) announced a recall of near­ly 1 mil­lion AC adapters due to a poten­tial shock hazard.

Haz­ard and Affect­ed Units

The issue lies with the plas­tic hous­ing sur­round­ing the pow­er adapter, which can detach when unplug­ging it from the wall. This expos­es elec­tri­cal prongs, pos­ing a risk of shock. The recall involves rough­ly 919,400 units in the Unit­ed States and 44,352 in Cana­da, sold from Jan­u­ary 2019 to Sep­tem­ber 2022.

Iden­ti­fy­ing Recalled Adapters

Check your Hatch Rest 1st gen­er­a­tion sound machine’s pow­er adapter for the mod­el num­ber CYAP05 050100U near the prongs. It should also men­tion “1.0A amps,” “Jiang­su Chenyang Elec­tron Co. LTD,” and “Made in China.”

What to Do If You Have a Recalled Adapter

Stop using the recalled adapter imme­di­ate­ly. Con­tact Hatch Baby for a free replace­ment. The com­pa­ny is also proac­tive­ly reach­ing out to reg­is­tered owners.

Pri­or­i­tize Prod­uct Safety

Prod­uct safe­ty is para­mount for par­ents. This recall empha­sizes the impor­tance of stay­ing informed about poten­tial haz­ards with baby prod­ucts. Hatch Baby’s proac­tive approach demon­strates their com­mit­ment to cus­tomer safety.

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