During 2005 a total of 14 electric appliances were recalled.

Here is a list of them.

If you own or use any of these you should stop using them and follow the recommended actions.

2005 Date Issued
Sontax Australia Pty Ltd—Twin 500 Watt Telescopic Floodlights 22nd December 2005
Skope—Electrically Heated Ladder Towel Rail 1st December 2005
Silvan Australia Pty Ltd—Wiring Loom for 12-volt Silvan products 1st December 2005
Schneider Electric—Circuit breakers with earth leakage current and overload protection 24th November 2005
Maxwell Optical Industries Pty Ltd—Nikon EN-EL3 lithium-ion rechargeable batteries 9th November 2005
Guthy-Renker Australia—Ultimate Chopper Food Processor 12th October 2005
Teco Australia Pty Ltd—Monarch Single Phase Mk II Electric Motor 23rd September 2005
Standard Communications Pty Ltd—GME Kingray Power Supply 8th September 2005
IXL Appliances—Fitted Fleecy Electric Blanket Controllers 5th September 2005
Thebe International Pty Ltd—Baccarat Espresso Maker 23rd August 2005
Mirabella—Electrical Portable Outlet Device 15th July 2005
Time Inc—Inovar Cappuccino Machine—Model JA 50 23rd June 2005
Dick Smith Electronics—Digitor brand AC Adaptors 27th May 2005
Vogue Lighting Pty Ltd—Darch low voltage track lighting system 4th March 2005
PSA Products—Lifesaver SL240 Strobe lights 1st February 2005
EGLO—Wall or ceiling mounted fittings with an E27 Incandescent lamp globe holder 14th January 2005

 

Source Product Safety Recalls Australia

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Regular test and tagging of electrical appliances reduces the risk of injuries and deaths from electric shock.