Rehab Assist Pty Ltd — Amico Carry Bar Model CB‐GO‐LIFT‐REG‐1HK
What are the defects?
The swivel pin may separate from the carry bar, this could result in a person falling.
A batch of carry bars were manufactured using a black oxide screw, which maybe oily, preventing the Loctite from adhering to the swivel pin assembly.
What are the hazards?
If the swivel pin separates from the carry bar, this could result in a person falling which may cause a serious injury.
What should consumers do?
Rehab Assist is requesting consumers inspect their carry bars: if the swivel pin is exposed by 1/16” (approximately 1.5mm) and there is play in the swivel pin assembly, immediately stop using the carry bar. If consumers identify this issue they should contact Rehab Assist who will replace all carrier bars from the impacted batch.
For my information, consumers can contact Rebhab Assist Pty Ltd on 1300 364 534.
- 8 May 2018 - 10 October 2019
Therapeutic Goods Administration is the responsible regulator for this recall.