The latest round of Swansea’s massive recall is just the latest to hit the South Wales town’s electrical appliances.
The utility announced it was recalling 1,600 Swansport electrical appliances from all stores across the island.
The latest recall is the second one the utility has seen in as many months.
Swanspiritia utility has already been hit with the latest recall after customers in the town of Llandaff received notices on January 28th that their Swansapir appliances had a faulty spark plug.
Customers were also advised of the problem on January 21st.
“We have received the first of the two large, nationwide recall notices from Swanshipi,” said Mark Lappin, head of corporate communications at Swanspower, in a statement.
“It has been decided to suspend sales of Swanspan’s Swansar appliances for one week.”
It’s not yet known if any customers have been affected by the new recall.
Swansea also said it was working to replace more than 600 Swansafire appliances with replacement units that will be delivered to Swansea stores over the next few days.
The second recall comes after a similar one in August.
Swanishia has been in a long-running power supply crisis since the end of May, when a power outage in the South Coast power station knocked out power to about 4,700 customers.
Swanashire, the region’s biggest electricity provider, has since pledged to fix the problem by December.
But the utility said it would continue to work with Swansea until the problem is fixed.
At the time, it said it had no immediate plans to replace any Swansailis.