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Honda EU22i Portable Generator

Date posted

The Hazard

Potential overheating risk in the Inverter component of the generator:

Salt water entry or the presence of excessive moisture or condensation may cause corrosion around the Inverter Coupler. This can result in increased resistance and in the worst case could lead to a fire.

What to do

Replacement parts will be available in early April 2020.

In the interim, please avoid using the generator where possible. Where you must use the generator, please ensure good airflow around the unit and check that the sides of it do not become hot during usage. (as indicated in the diagram above).

As soon as the upgrade parts are available, Power & Marine Ltd will advise owners via letter and dealerships will confirm the timeframe for repair and upgrade of the parts.

Product Identifiers

Potential affected units sold from December 2017 to 5th March 2020

Affected unit frame number range: EAMT-1000001 – EAMT-1321935
All Generators in the specific frame number range are affected
See images above for frame number location.

Supplier Contact

Power & Marine Ltd
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