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Pensacola RV Campgrounds Highlights Recent Recall on Common Camping Tools

March 12, 2021
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Pensacola, Fla. – Avalon Landing Recreational Vehicle (RV) Park is highlighting the recent recall of two commonly used campground tools, a generator, and an electric pull station. According to the Pensacola RV campgrounds, the recent recalls were announced by The United States (U.S) Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on February 24, 2021.

Frequently found in commercial buildings such as campground offices, the first recall is the Potter Electric Addressable Pull Stations Single/ Dual Action, which was recalled due to the pull handle on the device sometimes neglecting to initiate the commercial fire alarm system when manually pulled. Essentially, the defect causes consumers to be unaware of impending danger due to fire. The error is linked to devices with date codes including November 10, 2020, November 21, 2020, December 1, 2020, and December 3, 2020. CPSC suggests replacing the device as soon as possible with a new device. For a free replacement, consumers should contact Potter Electric or the company's fire alarm system dealers/installers. In total, the CPSC estimates that approximately 735 units may be affected by the recall.

Often used at campsites, the second recall is the Northern Tool and Equipment Powerhorse 13000ES Portable Generators. The CPSC reports that the portable generator has an internal wiring issue that can result in electrical shock to the consumer. The recall is for model number 799215, a gasoline generator that is blue with Powerhorse logos in white. The generator has a black frame and two wheels. The generator should immediately suspend use and the consumer should contact Northern Tool and Equipment to schedule a no-cost repair by an authorized dealer. According to CPSC, the affected generators were sold at Northern Tool and Equipment stores nationwide and online from July 2016 – September 2020. The company estimates about 3,640 units were affected.

Avalon Landing RV Park is dedicated to the safety of campers both at Avalon Landing and at other campgrounds around the nation. Located just five miles east of Pensacola off interstate ten Avalon Landing offers a variety of site options including waterfront, off the water and pull-trough sites. Surrounded by the beautiful beaches of the Gulf Coast Avalon Landing offers proximity to beach access, national parks, and onsite fishing and swimming. For more information about camping with Avalon Landing, give them a call at (850) 995-5898 or visit them online at AvalonLandingRVPark.com.



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Locally owned and operated RV Park. 5 mile East of Pensacola. RV Park for Big Rigs to Pop-ups campers. Waterfront (pull-in or back-in), pull-thru or off water all full hook-up sites available

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2444 Avalon Blvd
Milton, FL 32583
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