Latest household appliances (white goods) recalled due to fire risk:

Manufacturer Model number/s Recall date
Indesit Various 07 July 2014
Hotpoint EOS Platform: FDW70, FDW75, FDW80, FDW85A 03 July 2014
Hotpoint DWF Series: DWF30, DWF31, DWF32, DWF33, DWF34, DWF35, DWF37, DC26 18 November 2013
Hotpoint FDW Series: FDW20, FDW60, FDW65A, and Serial Numbers starting with 60601 to 70331 15 April 2013
Bosch, Neff and Siemens Batch numbers: FD 7901 to FD 8504, Various serial numbers 02 July 2011


You can check online to see if a product has been recalled. Government agencies, such as the Food Standards Agency and the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency provide information on recalls in certain product categories, including information on what to do if a product in those categories has been recalled.

External organisations such as Electrical Safety First and the UK Association of Fire Investigators also provide information on products that have been recalled, while the Chartered Trading Standards Institute provides a list of the products that have been recalled most recently.

You can check for recalled products through the links below.


Registering your product means manufacturers can get in touch with you if a product you’ve bought is recalled. You can register directly with the manufacturers, or use the Register My Appliance service below. This is provided by the Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances, and is supported by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.