Fisher & Paykel Australia Pty Ltd—Dishdrawer Dishwasher
What are the defects?
In rare circumstances, foreign matter such as broken glass or crockery may create an internal water leak. This has the potential to conduct a very low electric current to any water remaining in the dishwasher. The consumer may experience a mild electric shock from water remaining in the machine.
What are the hazards?
The maximum potential hazard is that the consumer may experience a mild electric shock from the water remaining in the dishwasher.
What should consumers do?
Consumers should contact Fisher & Paykel Appliances via the dedicated website, phone or email address to register the model number, the serial number and their contact details. If it is the model and serial number affected by this potential problem, Fisher & Paykel will offer the consumer the opportunity to have the problem resolved at no cost. The consumer can continue to use the dishwasher safely in the meantime. If a water leak occurs, an "F2" fault will appear in the display or the machine will beep continuously. The dishwasher should then be switched off at the powerpoint and Fisher & Paykel Appliances should be notified.
- 1 August 2000 - 31 December 2007
Recall advertisements and supporting documentation
Energy Safe (VIC) is the responsible regulator for this recall.