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Product Safety Recalls Australia

posted 14-5-2015 @ 10:57 PM www
Product Safety Recalls Australia

A brilliant site to check if there any any product safety recalls on any items from food to cars to many other items.

http://www.recalls.gov.au/content/index.phtml/itemId/952401


At the bottom of the page you can check for the latest recalls from 30 days ago




posted 15-5-2015 @ 08:03 AM www


Interesting, Thanks:)
posted 23-7-2015 @ 02:16 PM www
very interesting WP, also, some washing machines too!

I just caught tail end on radio,about a recall on top loaders bursting in to flames but missed the Brand. anyone know which brand it is?
posted 23-7-2015 @ 02:19 PM www


Quote:
Originally posted by agentamanti
I just caught tail end on radio,about a recall on top loaders bursting in to flames but missed the Brand. anyone know which brand it is?


Samsung, I had to get my washer checked
posted 23-7-2015 @ 04:31 PM www
oh Dear! sounds bad!

Not my brand thank goodness!
posted 24-7-2015 @ 08:36 AM www


It was on the news again last night. Samaung washers bursting into flames. They have replaced/repaired 15,000 so far. I think there were only 6 models involved. So glad I haven't got a Samsung!
They said there are still a lot out there that haven't been reported and checked, so they are increasing their awareness campaign. It will be on radio, tv, print and social media.

Product description
Samsung top loader washing machines
Identifying features
The following model names manufactured in 2010, 2011, 2012 and some models in 2013 are affected: SW75V9WIP; SW65V9WIP; SW70SPWIP; SW80SPWIP; WA85GWGIP; WA85GWWIP

What should consumers do?
Check the model name of your washing machine. Visit www.samsung.com.au, call 1800 239 655 between 8am - 8pm AEST Monday to Sunday or email wm.samsung@samsung.com to find out if your machine is affected.

Contact Samsung to arrange for a repair, replacement or refund.

If your model is an affected model, until the remedy is obtained, Samsung recommends that as a precautionary measure, you only use your washing machine if you are present or nearby to monitor it. If you notice any smoke or smell coming out of the washing machine, turn off the machine at the power point.




2005 total:$1,130-
2006 $5,500 app.
2007 $2,000 approx.
2008 $1200
2009 $930
2010 $4,200
2011 $1,473
2012 $675 :(
2013 $462 :(
2014 $2,150
2015 $120 :(
2016 $1150
2017 $210
2018 $210 at least I'm consistent!
2019 $115 still waiting for the big one!
All I want ... is a chance to prove that money can't make me happy! And 2020 is the year to do it!
posted 24-7-2015 @ 09:35 AM www


Quote:
Originally posted by catbat
It was on the news again last night. Samaung washers bursting into flames. They have replaced/repaired 15,000 so far. I think there were only 6 models involved. So glad I haven't got a Samsung!
They said there are still a lot out there that haven't been reported and checked, so they are increasing their awareness campaign. It will be on radio, tv, print and social media.

Product description
Samsung top loader washing machines
Identifying features
The following model names manufactured in 2010, 2011, 2012 and some models in 2013 are affected: SW75V9WIP; SW65V9WIP; SW70SPWIP; SW80SPWIP; WA85GWGIP; WA85GWWIP

What should consumers do?
Check the model name of your washing machine. Visit www.samsung.com.au, call 1800 239 655 between 8am - 8pm AEST Monday to Sunday or email wm.samsung@samsung.com to find out if your machine is affected.

Contact Samsung to arrange for a repair, replacement or refund.

If your model is an affected model, until the remedy is obtained, Samsung recommends that as a precautionary measure, you only use your washing machine if you are present or nearby to monitor it. If you notice any smoke or smell coming out of the washing machine, turn off the machine at the power point.



My daughter has one of the affected models she has had her repair, but said to me Choice have recommended you ask for a refund as they are not convinced the repair is enough to prevent fire, quite concerning.




When the world says give up

HOPE WHISPERS

try it one more time.......
posted 24-7-2015 @ 09:59 AM www


It is very concerning enchantedspirit. I would want a replacement too. I worry about how many electrical appliances most of us have these days and the increased risk of fire from faulty ones or accidents. I see so many people on the news who have lost everything due to fire. If I was lucky enough to get out, I'd be the one trying to get back in to get my animals! (or I'd still be inside trying to coax them out!)
I hope your daughter can get a replacement.




2005 total:$1,130-
2006 $5,500 app.
2007 $2,000 approx.
2008 $1200
2009 $930
2010 $4,200
2011 $1,473
2012 $675 :(
2013 $462 :(
2014 $2,150
2015 $120 :(
2016 $1150
2017 $210
2018 $210 at least I'm consistent!
2019 $115 still waiting for the big one!
All I want ... is a chance to prove that money can't make me happy! And 2020 is the year to do it!
posted 7-12-2016 @ 12:36 AM www


I get their newsletters and have a quick look every time they send one out. That way you don't have to go to the site
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