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Experts are warning consumers that a popular item sold nationwide could pose a safety risk for you or your family.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission, CPSC, has announced they're recalling approximately 301,800 pairs of DeWalt Job Site Pro Wireless Earphones.


The product has a black and yellow neck band.

Recalled headphones were sold at Home Depot and Lowe's hardware stores throughout the United States, as well as www.cyberguys.com.

The recall  began after it was discovered that the headphones can overheat causing burns and putting property at risk of fire.

At the time of the December 1 recall there were 61 reports of the earphones overheating during use or while charging. 5 of these reports resulted in fires.

If you purchased the recalled earphones stop using them immediately. Call 1(888) 979-4439 for instructions. The company will send a prepaid shipping label to return the recalled product and they will send out a replacement.

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