'Underground' novelty neon sign recalled
for burn hazard
April 3, 2006
Corp. is recalling its "London
Underground Neon Signs" after receiving
four reports from consumers of the adaptors
overheating, posing a burn hazard.
The London Underground
Neon Wall Sign was manufactured in China.
It is made of metal with glass tubing,
containing neon gas and includes an AC
It was sold under item #HB3163,
but this is not written on the sign. It
is 14.5 inches by 12 inches, and is a licensed
product from the London Transport Museum.
There is a label attached to back of sign,
which reads: “UNDERGROUND®; ©Transport
for London; Exclusively designed Underground
product, ©TfL registered user no. 04/4088.”
The product was sold via the Signals Catalogue
and online store (www.signals.com) from June
2005 through February 2006.
Consumers should stop using the recalled
signs immediately. Consumers will receive
a prepaid postage mailing box to return the
sign for a full refund.
For more information, call Signals Customer
Service at (800) 669-5225 between 8:30 a.m.
and 10 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or write
to Signals Catalogue, c/o Customer Service
HB3163 Product Recall, 5581 Hudson Industrial
Parkway, Hudson, Ohio 44236. Consumers also
can get more information by going to the firm's