Product recall after fire in Woodbury

PUBLISHED: 01:01 21 February 2008 | UPDATED: 08:50 10 June 2010

A SMALL blaze in a Woodbury home involving an immersion heater switch has prompted Trading Standards officers to warn the public about a potential fire risk. Trading Standards believe the dangerous timer could have been bought in Devon and launched an in

A SMALL blaze in a Woodbury home involving an immersion heater switch has prompted Trading Standards officers to warn the public about a potential fire risk.Trading Standards believe the dangerous timer could have been bought in Devon and launched an investigation at the same time as alerting consumers who may have bought a Greenbrook electrical wired-in timer.Due to a defect there is a risk these timers could overheat. Greenbrook Electrical PLC has advised that all installed timers should be turned off and replaced by qualified electricians. Seven Greenbrook models of timer have been recalled.They are T21HA-C, T22HA-C, T23HA-C, T65A-C, T69A-C, T70A-C and T71A-C. Timers without the letter A in the model number (eg T21H-C) are not affected. Contact Greenbrook Electrical on freephone 0800 389 9446 or by email at recall@greenbrook.co.uk for more information.


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