Components can be drawn into the blower fan, causing plastic pieces to be expelled from the machine, posing laceration and impact hazards.
ECHO and Shindaiwa Backpack Blowers with shoulder straps.
Consumers should immediately stop using the backpack blower and contact the company for a free repair.
|Place of origin||Number sold||Product description||Companies||Hazard identified||Common name||Time period sold|
|Manufactured in the United States and Japan.||Approximately 2,772 units of the affected product were sold in Canada.||This recall involves ECHO and Shindaiwa brand 2-cycle gas powered commercial backpack blowers with shoulder straps. The model and serial numbers can be found on the blower's engine block. The ECHO or Shindaiwa logo can be found on the shoulder strap, with the strap's part number located on the plastic packaging housing the strap at the time of sale.||The shoulder straps, plastic buckles or anti-static discharge ground wire can be drawn into the blower fan causing plastic pieces to be expelled from the machine, posing laceration and impact hazards.||ECHO and Shindaiwa brand 2-cycle gas powered commercial blowers with shoulder straps.||The affected products were sold from August, 2018 to January, 2020.|
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