Samsung—Samsung Top Loader Washing Machines
Samsung top loader washing machines
The following model names manufactured in 2010, 2011, 2012 and some models in 2013 are affected: SW75V9WIP; SW65V9WIP; SW70SPWIP; SW80SPWIP; WA85GWGIP; WA85GWWIP
Other models are not affected.
What are the defects?
In some circumstances, there is a chance that moisture may penetrate the electrical connectors of the machines.
What are the hazards?
If the defect occurs the machines pose a fire hazard to consumers.
Where the product was sold
Traders who sold this product
Sold in major stores and specialist retailers nationally
Samsung Electronics Australia Pty Ltd
What should consumers do?
Check the model name of your washing machine. Visit www.samsung.com.au, call 1800 239 655 between 8am - 8pm AEST Monday to Sunday or email email@example.com to find out if your machine is affected.
Samsung will arrange for an authorised service technician to provide a free in-home service for all affected models.
If your model is an affected model, until the service is performed, Samsung recommends that as a precautionary measure, you only use your washing machine if you are present or nearby to monitor it. If you notice any smoke or smell coming out of the washing machine, turn off the machine at the power point.
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Recall Notice Samsung.pdf (207.3 KB)