Welch Allyn is recalling about 14,000 external AED 10 and MRL jump start external defibrillators.
The machines in question were made between October third of 2002 and January 25th of 2007. The company says the defibrillators could produce low energy shock, shutdown unexpectedly or be susceptible to electromagnetic noise interference.
About 40 incidents have been reported, including two that involved deaths. For more information, consumers can visit the company's website at www.welchallyn.com/aed10recall.