Portable Generators Recalled for Possible Hazards
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
American Honda is
recalling around 34,000 portable generators due to possible fire and burn hazards.
The company reported that gasoline can leak from the carburetor which
can catch fire or burn consumers. Models EB2800i and EG2800i are being
recalled and have a front red cover with a black metal frame. The EB model
has a silver control panel and the EG has a black control panel with “HONDA”
and the model number printed on the control panel. Honda urges consumers
to stop using any recalled generator immediately and contact an authorized
Honda Power Equipment dealer for a free inspection and repair. They have
received reports of 28 generators that have leaked fuel but have not received
reports of fires or injuries. These were sold through authorized dealers
and nationwide Home Depot stores for around $1,150 from September 2016
through November 2017.
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