Masters, Woolworths, Big W, Anaconda, BCF, Rays Outdoors urge customers to return multiple products over fire hazard 0



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Masters, Woolworths, Big W, Anaconda, SuperCheap Auto, BCF, Rays Outdoors and Oztrail are urging you to return the AHM Twin Portable Butane Stove which carry the AGA certification No 8221, for a full refund over a fire hazard.

In the affected models of the AHM Twin Portable Butane Stove, certain components such as O-rings or seals have been reported to have a possible defect.

The other defect may include misalignment of the gas cartridge and if this occurs, there is risk of a gas leak that could lead to a fire.

If you have purchased these products, please return them to the outlet where you made the purchase to receive a full refund.

If you know anyone who regularly goes camping or caravanning, please also alert them as this stove is a common camping favourite and can cause them harm.

Details of the product


Product description: 2 Burner Butane Stove
Identifying features:  Check the model code and AGA certification number on the data label on the back right of the cooker. Stoves included in this recall are marked with model codes CM2220, CM2220RW, CM2220SP under Campmaster brand, FT2220, FT2220RW, FT2220SP under Festiva brand, AN2220, AN2220RW, AN2220SP under Spinifex brand, WC2220, WC2220RW under Wild Country brand and OZ2220 or OZ2220RW under Oztrail brand.
What to also check for: All affected models will also carry AGA certification No 8221.
Where the product was sold: Nationally
Traders who sold this product: Masters, Woolworths, Big W, Anaconda, SuperCheap Auto, BCF, Rays Outdoors and Oztrail
Supplier: Amalgamated Hardware Merchants Ltd
Supplier’s web site:
What you should do: Stop using the product immediately and return the stove to the place of purchase for a full refund. Once returned to the place of purchase, consumers can register to receive notification regarding the purchase of a replacement cooker when available by sending an email to [email protected] or they can contact AHM Australia 07 3208 1233.

Here’s the recall notice published by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission.


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