Hongkong SunRise Trading Ltd — Victa Brand 80V and 82V Cordless Electric Chainsaws

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80V cordless electric chainsaw

Product description

Victa Brand 80V Cordless Electric Chainsaws coloured blue & black with an approximately 46 cm (18 inch) saw and an 80 volt lithium ion battery.
Model no. 883017 sold between 19 July 2016 & 20 April 2017.

Victa Brand 82V Cordless Electric Chainsaws coloured blue & black with an approximately 46 cm (18 inch) saw and an 82 volt lithium ion battery
Model no. 1696787 sold beginning 8 November 2016 and Model no. 1687897 sold beginning 10 November 2016.

The model number is printed at the top of the warning label under the chainsaw switch handle for both products.

Identifying features

Models: 883017, 1696787 and 1687897

ERP: 2000564AU

What are the defects?

In the event of a kickback, the chain brake guard may fail and allow the chainsaw to continue operating.

What are the hazards?

If the chain brake guard fails and the chainsaw comes in contact with a person’s body it may cause an injury.

What should consumers do?

Owners of the 80V cordless electric chainsaws should immediately stop using the product and contact their Victa dealer for a free repair.

Owners of the 82V cordless electric chainsaws should immediately stop using the product and contact their Victa dealer or return to Bunnings for a free replacement.

Consumers can contact Victa on 1800 356 632 or victa@victa.com.au

ACCC (Australia)

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