Kodak recalls DC5000 Zoom digital cameras
Kodak today recalled about 75 thousand of sold DC5000 Zoom digital cameras due to possible electrical shock hazard.
Owners should stop using their cams and send them to the company for a free inspection and repair.
Currently there´s a page, at which residents from different countries can find useful information on how to contact Kodak and send it the camera. DC5000 have been recalled after messages that 12 users were electrically shocked while replacing batteries, using memory cards and USB cable.
All DC5000 cams have a plaque in the bottom of the body with Kodak ID "KJCAA" and 8-digit serial number. 01800001 to 11700825 cameras are recalled.
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