More on The Residential Elevator Recall
The company Residential Elevators of Crawfordville, Fla. has announced its recall of 5,250 traction elevators.
According to reports, the recall was issued to a faulty elevator cab. Out of the blue, these cabs can rise to the top of the elevator shaft and abruptly stop. As a result, it can pose an impact hazard to whoever’s inside.
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The Residental Elevators revealed that they received six reports of a failure in the motor gearbox assembly. However, there was no injuries report at this time.
This recall involves the following models that were shipped and installed between January 2014 to April 2017:
The light in the operating panel inside the elevator cab contains the print “Residential Elevators.”
Moreover, the products being recalled were manufactured in the US. These elevators were sold at Residential Elevators’ dealers and homebuilders nationwide from January 2014, through April 2017, for between $18,000 and $50,000.
What You Need To Do
Owners of the traction elevators mentioned above should refrain from using the elevator. Then, they should call Residential Elevators to schedule a free repair.
This recall will repair all affected elevators, even the elevators that were inspected as part of the firm’s March 29, 2018 recall. Furthermore, several elevators possibly received the new CPSC approved remedy for this recall.
The firm will inform all known consumers with affected elevators to schedule a free repair.
For consumers who have further questions, they can call Residential Elevators toll-free at (877) 943-4734 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or online at www.residentialelevators.com for more information.
Editor’s note on the Residential Elevator Recall:
This piece is written to inform consumers about the Residential Elevators Recall.
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