Dyson have actually highlighted that the problem is a fault in the machine they have manufactured, ,and the first expert i received a answer from said they must be recalling it on health and safety grounds, so it is not satisfactory quality or fit for purpose defined by said 1979 sales act. so who is correct. i am bit confused.
sorry , still confused, Dyson highlighted the fault and asked for machines back, so when does the machine become dangerous , when it actually harms or there is a fatality.
but they have found a fault and they are admitting to at least four catching fire, thar is why they are recalling them