This undated photo provided by the Consumer Product Safety Commission shows the Samsonite Dual-Wattage Travel Converter Kit. Samsonite has recalled the converter kits, used to make standard U.S. and Canadian appliances usable abroad, because they can overheat if a load in excess of 50 watts is applied to the converter while in the 50-watt setting. This poses a fire and burn hazard to consumers. (AP Photo/Consumer Product Safety Commission)

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This undated photo provided by the Consumer Product Safety Commission shows the Samsonite Dual-Wattage Travel Converter Kit. Samsonite has recalled the converter kits, used to make standard U.S. and Canadian appliances usable abroad, because they can overheat if a load in excess of 50 watts is applied to the converter while in the 50-watt setting. This poses a fire and burn hazard to consumers. (AP Photo/Consumer Product Safety Commission)
This undated photo provided by the Consumer Product Safety Commission shows the Samsonite Dual-Wattage Travel Converter Kit. Samsonite has recalled the converter kits, used to make standard U.S. and Canadian appliances usable abroad, because they can overheat if a load in excess of 50 watts is applied to the converter while in the 50-watt setting. This poses a fire and burn hazard to consumers. (AP Photo/Consumer Product Safety Commission)
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