An electric appliance manufacturer in Gujarat has started a campaign to ensure its products are functioning correctly, even if they’re in a house with no electric.
On Monday, the brand of one of the largest electric appliances makers in India started a hashtag on Twitter and Facebook to encourage consumers to ensure their electric appliances work properly.
Its campaign, called Electric Appliance Recall Alert, aims to remind consumers about the dangers of unplugging or disconnecting electrical appliances and to raise awareness about the possibility of the devices catching fire or catching fire smoke.
The brand, Electric Appliance, is part of a growing number of electric appliances brands in India.
Its products are being sold across the country and in the US.
The brand started the campaign after a complaint that an electric appliance in its supply chain had caught fire and smoke.
It said it was investigating the matter and had asked the authorities for further information.
The company said it would also share more details about the issue with the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The electric appliance brand says its products should be used in a safe manner, and that it encourages customers to take preventive measures such as removing the power cord, disconnecting the appliances, cleaning and washing them regularly.
As part of the campaign, the company is offering a one-time discount of up to 50% on a large-capacity battery pack, which can be used to charge a large electric appliance.
Electric appliances have become increasingly popular as a way to reduce energy use and save money.
In December, the country’s largest electricity retailer said its customers are using an average of more than 1,400 appliances a day and that they are spending an average Rs2,000 ($2,600) on electricity every year.