During 2006 a total of 22 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.

2006 Date Issued
Miele Australia Pty Ltd—S5980 and Revolution Power Plus 5000 vacuum cleaners 22nd December 2006
Australian Discount Retail—Night Light Cartoon 12th December 2006
Australian Discount Retail—Auto Work Light Wand 19 Leds 12th December 2006
Mirabella International—Connect Extension Cord 12th December 2006
Test Right International (Australia) Pty Ltd—ACME Night Light 31st October 2006
Importers Salvage Centre—Terminator & My Travel Adaptors 10th October 2006
Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd—White classic series four gang power outlet 18th September 2006
Quality IT Electronics Pty Ltd—SONIQ 7 portable DVD Player—Batteries 7th September 2006
Tyco Group—Simplex photoelectric smoke detectors and sensors 4th September 2006
Mirabella—Connect Powerboards 15th August 2006
Electrolux Home Products Pty Ltd—Westinghouse and Chef 540mm Electric Upright Stoves 1st August 2006
Innovations Direct—ADPT Universal Adaptor 31st July 2006
Dateline Imports Pty Ltd—Silver Bullet Lightning Straightening Irons 10th July 2006
Funtastic Limited—Vibes Fog Machine 13th June 2006
Evans & Taylor—Milano Espresso Maker 13th June 2006
Ray’s Outdoors—Rechargeable Twin 60cm Fluorescent Lamp 4th May 2006
Briggs & Stratton—Power Products Generating Set 7th April 2006
Arlec—1.00mm Core Flat Electrical Cable—Code 8010 29th March 2006
EBS International Pty Ltd—Velforn Sauna Belt 24th February 2006
Telbix Pty Ltd—Atol 26/Atol 36 Square Oyster Light Fitting 15th February 2006
HPM—Instant Heat units 15th February 2006
Model Engines Pty Ltd—GV Model Plug pack for Hobby Glo Plug Charger 14th February 2006

 

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.