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Kawashima Pro2000i Inverter Generators

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The Hazard

Plugging the lead into a 240 volt outlet makes the alligator clips live and creates a serious electrical safety hazard.

What to do

You should not use the 12 volt battery charger outlet or the lead that was supplied with the unit. Drain any fuel from the tank into a suitable container for reuse and take the generator to the place of purchase as soon as possible where the incorrect outlet and lead will be replaced at no cost. In addition, you will receive at no cost an additional 12 months warranty over and above the normal warranty provided with the unit.

Availability

Sold in Trade Equipment and Repco stores between December 2013 and March 2014

The Problem

The 12 volt battery charger outlet does not meet New Zealand standards and could be mistaken for a 240 volt outlet. In addition, the battery charger lead supplied with the unit has a plug that could be mistaken as a 240 volt plug and inserted into a 240 volt outlet.

Product Identifiers

Kawashima Pro2000i Inverter Generator

Supplier Contact

Euroquip NZ
0800 387 678 Visit their site
Address

109 Bolt Rd, Annesbrook 7011, New Zealand

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Product Recalls is a collaboration between four Government Agencies bringing together consumer product safety recall information into one place to improve public access to essential safety information so you can help protect yourself, your family and your friends. Food recalls are available on the MPI website - www.mpi.govt.nz