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Radio Station from Dorchester, covering Central-Southern Dorset

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Register your old and new appliances

Dorset Trading Standards are getting behind a national campaign for people to register their domestic appliances.

The safety campaign is being run by the Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances (AMDEA). It encourages people to register their home appliances, whether they are old or new, to make sure manufacturers can get in touch in case a safety repair or recall is needed.

It’s easy, quick and free to register appliances at  www.registermyappliance.org.uk/. The website includes links to more than 70 brands where appliance owners can fill out details to gain the peace of mind that their home is safer because they have registered their appliance.

Cllr Laura Beddow, Portfolio Holder for Culture and Communities, said:

“This is a great way to be the first to know of any safety repairs or recalls for your appliances. It also means that you don’t have to check for any recalls or repairs that are needed. These are normally carried out free of charge by the manufacturers.”

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