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HOT RECALL NOTICE IN THE SAFETY AND RECALL SECTION #207658
11/16/12 03:22 PM
11/16/12 03:22 PM
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sparkyinak  Offline OP
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Hey my fellow sparkainators, I posted a recall from CPSC for the popular Honda EU200i portable generator. I myself don't always drift down that far on the board however if you have puchased a new one within the last year, you definently want to check it out.

Stay safe


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Re: HOT RECALL NOTICE IN THE SAFETY AND RECALL SECTION [Re: sparkyinak] #207669
11/18/12 04:39 PM
11/18/12 04:39 PM
renosteinke  Offline
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Posts: 5,316
Blue Collar Country
Popular?

How can a generator that sells for 6x it's competition be 'popular?'

Wait. It is bought by many. It has a great reputation. It's quiet, tough, reliable. It runs forever on a thimble of gas. It's power quality is excellent.

Not quite the same as the Chitty-chitty-bang-bang version you can find at the auto parts & imports store.

OK, so no one's perfect. Oops. Compare this 'voluntary recall' though, to the lie & deny practiced by so many firms, whose "guarantee" is only an assertion that if anything breaks, it must be your fault.

There are lessons in this story.

Re: HOT RECALL NOTICE IN THE SAFETY AND RECALL SECTION [Re: sparkyinak] #207681
11/19/12 10:57 PM
11/19/12 10:57 PM
Lostazhell  Offline
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Considering what the east coast has been through, I'm sure there's a few out there.. My company has a bad habit of buying gens on the cheap (Harbor Freight)so they tend to last a couple years (maybe!) A guy I work around has a Honda 2KW generator going on about 7 years old..

Re: HOT RECALL NOTICE IN THE SAFETY AND RECALL SECTION [Re: sparkyinak] #207745
11/24/12 12:03 PM
11/24/12 12:03 PM
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harold endean  Offline
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Boonton, NJ
I am in northern NJ with John and we survived Sandy. The destruction around here was terrible Downed lines, poles, transformers etc. Lost power for 6 days and some people around here lost power for 2 weeks. Last Monday I had 15 new permits to plane review. 10 of them were for generators. Most gen sets were for whole houses gens.

Re: HOT RECALL NOTICE IN THE SAFETY AND RECALL SECTION [Re: sparkyinak] #207762
11/25/12 11:26 AM
11/25/12 11:26 AM
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mikethebull  Offline
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Posts: 101
Rhode Island
Here in southern New England only a small amont of people lost power. But, it was still for two to four weeks. And all the home improvement stores were sold out of generators until recently.


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