Product Recall Check
There are potentially millions of recalled electrical items still in UK homes. As most of these products have been recalled because they offer a risk of electric shock or electrical fire, they present a serious risk. For your safety enter your make in to the checker below to see if your appliance has had a re-call notice from the manufacturer!
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Register Your Appliances
The ‘Register My Appliance’ website makes it easy for you to register all of your electrical products. You will need the brand name, model, serial number and purchase date and the registration process is very simple to follow. The manufacturer will only contact you in the event of a recall, your details will not be used for marketing. Click Register Now below to stay informed!
Fire and Safety Videos
Tumble Dryer Top Safety Tips
Never run an appliance of a night or if no one is home!
1. After each use
Clean the fluff or lint filter
Condenser dryers- drawer at top or base requires cleaning/emptying
2. Every 6 months
Vacuum the areas where the lint or fluff builds up
Vacuum heater area, Blower housing and vent pipe connection
Check external vent if one is fitted
Condenser dryers clean and vacuum condenser unit at base of machine (this will have water in it)
3. Once a year
Remove and check vent pipe for fluff or lint and any exterior vent cover
Never overload the tumble dryer or put items in that may have come in to contact with flammable liquids
Make sure the vent pipe if fitted is not kinked, blocked or crushed
Have it serviced regularly by a qualified engineer
4. Don’t ignore the warning signs
Does it smell of burning ?
Are your clothes taking longer to dry ? Especially heavy items such as towels
Do the clothes or cabinet feel hotter than usual after it has finished the cycle ?
Does the external flap stay shut when dryer is running ?
If you notice any of the above then thoroughly check the dryer following the steps listed !