Recalled Amp-Fibian Circuit Breaker / Residual Current Device (RCBO) Electrical Product Safety Recall
Identification RV-02MAX. The problem with these devices is that they are identified with incorrect overload rating of the supplied circuit breaker/safety switch, RCBO. This means the device allows the potential to draw more current than the fly lead rating. A potential fire hazard.
This type of defect may lead to a fire hazard. Also if the insulation deteriorates it may become an electrical shock hazard.
Amp-Fibian Pty Ltd—Amp-Fibian Circuit Breaker / Residual Current Device (RCBO)
Incorrect overload rating of supplied Circuit breaker / RCBO (residual current device).
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