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Olympus Recalling over One Million Cameras

Olympus Recalling over One Million Cameras



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(KSL News) -- More than one-million Olympus 35mm film cameras are being recalled.

The flash circuit on these cameras can cause them to smoke and overheat when they're turned on, posing a burn hazard to consumers.

There have been 21 reports of such incidents.

Consumers should stop using the cameras.

To find out how to receive a free repair for the defect, click on the link on the top right. Once on that page, look for the link on the bottom right of the page that says "Film camera recall. Click for model info."

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