AUSTRALIANS are being urged to check the brand of their air conditioners after two particular outdoor units were recalled over fears they could catch fire.
The nation-wide recall affects the Seeley International Braemar SCHF21C3S and Braemar SCHF25C3S outdoor air conditioning units sold between October 14, 2016 and March 28 last year.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says the units are faulty and could spark a fire.
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Residents have been told they will be putting their lives and the lives of the loved ones at risk if they continue to use the recalled models.
Consumers are urged to stop using the affected air conditioners immediately and contact Seeley International on 08 8328 3844 to arrange a technician to replace the faulty capacitors.