Two models of the popular Shark Navigator Lift-Away Vacuum Cleaners are being recalled over a potential risk of burn and electric shock.
Shark Navigator Lift-Away Vacuum Cleaner NV350NZ
Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional Vacuum Cleaner NV356NZ
The recall covers two Shark vacuum cleaner models:
• The Shark Navigator Lift-Away (model number NV350NZ) units manufactured prior to 18 October 2014 (which bear a production code 4811A to 4114A inclusive)
• All Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional (model number NV356NZ) units.
The affected Shark products were sold through the TV Shop and electrical retailers
What are the defects?
A fault that can create excessive heat in the power cord has been reported in some of these models.
What are the hazards?
Risk of burn and electric shock.
Where the product was sold
Traders who sold this product
The affected Shark products were sold through the TV Shop and electrical retailers including – Harvey Norman, Big W, Target, The Good Guys, Masters, Bing Lee and Betta Electrical.
Brand Developers Aust Pty Ltd
Supplier’s web site
What should consumers do?
Consumers are advised to unplug their vacuum cleaner at the wall and not to use again until it has been repaired.
Consumers are advised to register their details at www.sharkclean.com.au or contact the Shark Hot Line 1800 722 222 to make arrangements to have the cord and plug replaced free of charge at an authorised Shark Service Centre.
For further information contact Brand Developers Aust Pty Ltd
Shark Hot Line: 1800 722 222.
Shark Service Website: www.sharkclean.com.au