This is certainly interesting timing.
Two days ago, in response to 90 reports of fuel either seeping or dripping from the underside of the fuel tanks on their snowblowers, American Honda Motor, Inc., in conjunction with both the U.S. and Canadian Consumer Products Safety Commission voluntarily recalled over 18,000 snowblowers out of concern that it could pose a fire hazard.
The product recall covers the following snowblowers:
Model | Frame Serial Number
HS724 | SZBE-1037913 through 1046577
HS928 | SZAS-1151080 through 1169012
HS1132 | SZBF-1018734 through 1025998
As part of the recall, owners of any of these recalled products have been urged to immediately stop using the recalled snowblowers and contact any Honda Power Equipment dealer to arrange for a free fuel tank joint and o-ring replacement.
Additional information on the product recall can be viewed at Honda's website, www.hondapowerequipment.com.
Category: Defective Products
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