During 2009 a total of 15 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.

2009 Date Issued
Woolworths Supermarkets—Woolworths Essentials Travel Hair Dryer 30th December 2009
Hagemeyer Brands Australia Pty Limited—Eurolux Strip Heaters 14th December 2009
Electrolux Home Products Pty Ltd—Simpson and Electrolux Top Load Washing Machines 14th December 2009
Logitech Australia Computer Peripherals Pty Ltd—External power adapter of the Pure-Fi AnytimeTM alarm clock iPod /iphone 8th December 2009
Mistral Hong Kong Limited—Mistral Portable Air Conditioner 7th December 2009
Oriel Lighting (Australia) Pty Ltd—Halogen Ceiling Lights 12th November 2009
AMX Australia—Rechargeable Batteries for AMX MVP-5xxx Touch Panels 12th November 2009
Karcher Pty Ltd—Karcher Submersible Pumps 5th November 2009
Starbucks Coffee Company (Australia) Pty Ltd (Starbucks Australia)—Starbucks Barista Blade Grinder 17th June 2009
Respironics Australia Pty Limited—Micro Elite Nebulizer 15th June 2009
Import Manteau Pty Ltd (t/as Travelgoods.com)—Diplomat World Travel Adapter 3rd June 2009
Ridge Tool Australia—RIDGID 300 Power Drive Threading Machines 20th May 2009
Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Compaq Notebook Computer Lithium-Ion Battery Packs 18th May 2009
Brivis Australia Pty Ltd—Brivis Evaporative Cooler AD Series & Carrier 29CB Series Evaporative Cooler 4th May 2009
Hart International Agencies Pty Ltd—Adventuridge Rechargeable Camping Lantern—Car Charger 13th March 2009


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.