InFocus Portable Projectors and Projector
Lamps recalled for sock and fire hazards
April 4, 2006
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission,
in cooperation with InFocus Corp., has announced
the recall of the InFocus LP120 Projector,
ASK Proxima M1 Projector, and SP-LAMP-013
Replacement Lamp Module. Consumers should
stop using recalled products immediately
unless otherwise instructed.
The units have improper wiring with inadequate
insulation, which could degrade over time,
posing a shock and fire hazard.
No incidents or injuries have been reported.
ASK Proxima M1 Projector
SP-LAMP-013 replacement lamp module
This recall involves portable projectors
designed for use with laptop computers, and
a replacement lamp module sold for use with
these projectors. The recalled projector
models are InFocus LP120 and ASK Proxima
M1 built between October 2005 and January
2006. The model number and serial numbers
are written on the bottom of the projectors.
They have the following serial numbers:
- Model LP120 – AJNV541A0001
- Model M1 – AKUV546A0001
The recalled replacement lamp module is SP-LAMP-013 built between November 2005
and January 2006. There is no writing on the lamps, but “SP-LAMP-013” is
on the label on the box.
The products were sold in office and business
equipment stores, over the web and through
phone sales, from October 2005 through February
Projector and replacement lamp owners should
visit the InFocus
website for instructions on returning the
projector and lamp for a free repair. For more
information, contact (877) 398-6086 between
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. PST Monday through Friday.