Recall on Mustang Survival PFD's

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

 RECALL NOTICE ON MD2010 & MD2012 model 22LB Inflatable Personal Flotation Devices.

 

The United States Coast Guard strongly urges mariners and boaters alike to check their Mustang Survival PFDs. Mustang Survival is voluntarily recalling all model number MD2010 and MD2012 This recall is being issued for the inspection and repair of an inflator installation inconsistency thatSurvival has developed a solution that corrects any affected product and prevents re-occurrence of this issue. The inspection and repair can only be performed at a Mustang Survival factory.

 

This recall notification is for only the MD2010 and MD2012 22LB buoyancy inflatable PFDs. No other Mustang Survival products are affected as they utilize different inflator mechanisms. All MD2010 and MD2012 PFD’s without the stamped MIT logo as shown in Image 3 (above) should be returned to Mustang Survival for inspection. Distributors and consumers are urged to contact Mustang Survival’s Customer Service department atinflatable Personal Flotation Devices (PFD’s) sold in the United States during 2011. Mustang Survival will pay for all testing, repair and shipping costs. Consumers should not return product to their dealer. If you have questions, please access our website at www.mustangsurvival.com/22lb-product-notice .This alert is provided for informational purposes only and does not relieve and domestic orinternational requirement. Distributed by the Office of Investigations and Analysis.

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