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Q3 Recalls Snapshot: Number Of Recalls Ticks Up For Third Consecutive Quarter; Recalled Units Spike An Incredible 1013%

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Device makers initiated 243 recalls in the third quarter of 2019 – a modest 1% increase over Q2’s 200 recalls. Interestingly, the number of recalled device units skyrocketed a whopping 1013%, from 19.7 million in Q2 to 219.2 million in Q3. Check out our Q3 recalls infographic.

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