1.4 million breaker bins offered at Lowe’s, House Depot recalled on account of fireplace danger

Schneider Electrical has recalled 1.4 million electric panels on account of a possible fireplace danger.

The Sq. D QO Plug-on-Impartial Load Facilities, sometimes called, load facilities, breaker bins or electric panels, can overheat and purpose thermal burns or fires, in line with a press release with the U.S. Client Product Protection Fee.

The breaker bins had been offered at approved Schneider Electrical vendors and residential growth and {hardware} retail outlets national and on-line together with House Depot, Lowe’s and Menard’s from February 2020 thru January 2022 for between $90 and $1,660.

“This recall comes to indoor, outside and authentic apparatus producer (OEM) Sq. D QO Plug-On Impartial Load Facilities that had been put in in properties, leisure automobiles, or business institutions, together with eating places, production amenities and warehouses, business lighting fixtures and others.

The circuit breaker bins had been offered in grey and are available in quite a lot of sizes (sq. and oblong). The recalled circuit breaker bins had been manufactured between February 2020 and January 2022, with date codes between 200561 and 220233.”

You’ll be able to see the entire recalled section numbers right here.

In keeping with the announcement, Schneider Electrical is at once contacting all identified outlets, vendors, house owners, and some other people that bought or put in the recalled product.

Any individual who has bought or put in the breaker bins can touch Schneider Electrical to prepare for a unfastened inspection and unfastened restore.

For more info, touch Schneider Electrical Technical at 888-778-2733, between 8 a.m. and eight p.m. ET, Monday thru Friday; or move to the site recall realize.


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