Product recall and safety notices

The National Landlords Association has been made aware of the following product recall and safety notices.

Please note this is not intended to be a full list of all recall notices, which would be extensive. NLA have selected only those which we feel will affect products and services which landlords either use or supply to their tenants. Further notices pertaining to products sold outside of the UK are not included unless they have been also reported to be on sale in the UK.

For more information please click on the relevant product link below. If you have an enquiry about a particular product please contact the manufacturer or the supplier direct.

The Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances (AMDEA) encourage the public to register their appliances, in a drive to improve the traceability of products to facilitate recall for safety repairs.

Members have synchronised their online registration pages to provide registration of new products and of existing/installed products up to twelve years old and a change of address facility.

Register your appliances here

If you become aware of a relevant notice that is not on here, please contact us by emailing

To add or remove a product recall or safety notice to this page please email and mark your message for the attention of the Operations Team.

This information sheet is part of a series produced by the NLA.

Further information and membership application forms may be obtained by contacting the National Landlords Association, 2nd Floor, 200 Union Street, London, SE1 0LX. (Tel: 020 7840 8900), by e-mail at or by visiting the Membership area of the NLA website.

This Information Sheet is intended as general guidance only for individual readers and does not constitute accountancy, tax, investment or other professional advice. NLA Limited accepts no responsibility or liability for loss which may arise from reliance on information contained in this Information Sheet. Tax legislation, the law and practices by government and regulatory authorities are constantly changing and the guidance given should be assumed to be correct only as at the date of publication.