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                         Before the
              Federal Communications Commission
                   Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of                )
Public Notice Regarding Non-Compliant ) File  No.  EB-03-TS-
Battery Chargers                )      


Adopted:  April 14, 2004                Released:  April 16, 

By the Chief, Enforcement Bureau:

1.        On  September  23,  2003, the  Enforcement  Bureau 
   issued  a  Public  Notice  stating  that  the  Office  of 
   Engineering and  Technology had  determined that  certain 
   vehicle battery chargers manufactured  and distributed in 
   the United States by  Vector Products, Inc.  d/b/a Vector 
   Manufacturing, Ltd. (``Vector'')  were not  in compliance 
   with  the  technical   standards  of   Part  15   of  the 
   Commission's Rules.1  The Public Notice advised retailers 
   that continued  marketing of  the battery  chargers would 
   constitute  a   violation  of   Section  302(b)   of  the 
   Communications Act  of 1934,  as amended,  (``Act'')2 and 
   Section 2.803(a) of the  Commission's Rules (``Rules'').3  
   On  October  23,  2003,  Vector  filed   a  petition  for 
   reconsideration of that Public Notice.4  

2.        On  April  2,  2004,  Vector  filed  a  motion  to 
   withdraw the petition for reconsideration.5  Vector notes 
   that it  has  entered  into  a  Consent Decree  with  the 
   Enforcement Bureau  and  the  Office of  Engineering  and 
   Technology  which  terminates  the  Enforcement  Bureau's 
   investigation  into  the  Vector   battery  chargers  and 
   resolves all  matters related  to  Vector's petition  for 
   reconsideration.6   In  this  Order,  we  grant  Vector's 
   motion and dismiss its petition for reconsideration.  

3.        Accordingly, IT  IS ORDERED, pursuant  to Sections 
   0.111 and 0.311  of the Rules,7  that Vector's  motion to 
   withdraw IS GRANTED and its October 23, 2003 petition for 
   reconsideration IS DISMISSED.

                              FEDERAL         COMMUNICATIONS 

                              David H. Solomon
                              Chief, Enforcement Bureau


   1 Public Notice,  Notice Regarding  Non-Compliant Battery 
Chargers, DA 03-2923 (September 23, 2003).

   2 47 U.S.C.  302a(b).

   3 47 C.F.R.  2.803(a).

   4 Vector Products, Inc. d/b/a  Vector Manufacturing, Ltd. 
Petition for Reconsideration (filed October 23, 2003).

   5 Vector Products, Inc. d/b/a  Vector Manufacturing, Ltd. 
Motion to Withdraw Petition for Reconsideration (filed April 
2, 2004).

   6 Vector Products, Inc. d/b/a Vector Manufacturing, Ltd., 
DA 04-906 (Enf. Bur./OET, released April 2, 2004).

   7 47 C.F.R.  0.111 and 0.311.