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Beacon Ceiling Fan Recalled Over Electrical Risk

Product Safety Australia has recalled Beacon Lighting’s Moonah Ceiling Fan with LED Light, citing a removable light cover which poses the risk of electrical shock.

The ceiling fan is designed to have a non-removable light cover, however, a number of products were supplied to the market with a removable light cover.

If the LED light is turned on with the light cover removed from the ceiling fan, there is a risk of electrical shock or serious harm.

Affected Ceiling Fans [SKUs 212892, 212894, 212895, and 212897] were sold nationally online on the Beacon Lighting website and at Beacon Lighting retail stores between 4 August 2017 and 15 November 2018.

The supplier will contact owners of affected ceiling fans to make arrangements for a qualified tradesman to secure the light cover.

Consumers are advised to NOT remove the light cover from the ceiling fan.

Product Safety Australia has urged customers to contact Modest on 03 9588 9688 (Monday to Friday, 10am-5pm) or visit https://www.beaconlighting.com.au

Further information is available on Product Safety Australia’s website here.

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