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MoneyNational recall on faulty airconditioning unit amid fire risk

03:55  12 january  2019
03:55  12 january  2019 Source:   theage.com.au

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An air conditioner is being recalled nationally amid fears it could catch on fire due to a power fault . The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission warns anyone who has purchased a Seeley International Pty Ltd Braemar SCHF21C3S or Braemar SCHF25C3S Outdoor Air Conditioner Unit to

An air - conditioning unit is being recalled nationally amid fears it could catch fire due to a power fault . The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission warns anyone who has purchased a Seeley International Pty Ltd Braemar SCHF21C3S or Braemar SCHF25C3S Outdoor Air Conditioner

National recall on faulty airconditioning unit amid fire risk© Jason Larkin/Construction Photography/Avalon/Getty Images Air conditioning units on the side of a building.

An airconditioning unit is being recalled nationally amid fears it could catch fire due to a power fault.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission warns anyone who has purchased a Seeley International Pty Ltd Braemar SCHF21C3S or Braemar SCHF25C3S Outdoor Air Conditioner Unit to immediately stop using it.

The ACCC warns that the power factor correction capacitors fitted in the affected batches may fail and posed a risk of fire.

The product was available for sale between October 2016 and March 28 last year.

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Air conditioning units outside a building. Air conditioning (often referred to as AC, A/C, or air con)[1] is the process of removing heat and moisture from the interior of an occupied space, to improve the comfort of occupants. Air conditioning can be used in both domestic and commercial environments.

GE Zoneline® Air Conditioning and heating units , sold nationwide from January 2010 through December 2013. The CPSC site article stated that The reason for the recall is risk of fire when the unit is operated with the external vent open. Moisture from the outdoor air can accumulate near the

It comes as Melbourne is set to hit 32 degrees on Friday before the mercury is expected to soar to a sweltering 37 degrees on Monday.

Sydney will enjoy milder temperatures throughout the next week, reaching a forecast maximum of 30 degrees on Wednesday, but the southern and western regions of NSW continue to swelter with temperatures in the high 30s.

Victoria's Country Fire Authority said it was a timely reminder for all Australians.

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“When it’s hot, you’re going to want to use your airconditioner. People with these airconditioner units need to be aware that their desire to cool down may put their lives and the lives of the ones they love at risk," CFA state fire investigation coordinator Nicole Harvey said.

“You need to maintain your air conditioners and evaporative coolers by ensuring the units are regularly serviced according to the manufacturer’s specifications."

To check your air conditioner or evaporative cooler unit, log on to https://www.productsafety.gov.au/recalls

Anyone who purchased the product is also urged to call Seeley International on 08 8328 3844 or email [email protected] to arrange for a service technician to replace the faulty capacitors.

Traders across Australia who sold this product:

National recall on faulty airconditioning unit amid fire risk© Supplied An air conditioner is being recalled nationally amid fears it could catch on fire due to a power fault.

Albury Heating & CoolingAlpha AirConcept AirconditioningExecutive Heating & CoolingGp Plumbing GroupGriffith Refrig & A/CHallidays Heating & CoolingHarrison & HigginsM & H PlumbingMaster GasfittersMod Cons Heating & CoolingOasis Heating & CoolingPact Heating & Cooling P/LPolyaire AlburyReece Clayton Str 3055Reece HVAC GeelongRiteprice Heating & CoolingSpecialized Heating & CoolStaycool Heating & A/C


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