WARNING powder recalls from Accurate

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  1. Lefty Trigger

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  2. Rsadams

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    They have a problem sending out containers with the lids actually tight also.... Don't even know how many bottles of tac I have gotten home with loose lids... Happened again today , one day I will learn to check....
     
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  3. mike a

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    Red Fumes! Yikes.
     
  4. jbarnwell

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    Thanks for the heads up. I've a couple of 1 pound containers of AA 4350 in the shop. I guess I better look at those lot numbers.
     
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    I went thru my inventory and found an 8 pounder and a 1 pounder, 2495 and 4350 repsectively. The 4350 was going....changing color and stunk, red mist. The 2495 hadnt obviously gone, but was part of the recall.

    I called and the process is easy. Read the tags and tell em what you have. Write down the info they give you. Take a photo of the product and tag, send your contact info and a claim number.

    I found that they are sending me back more money than I paid. Very fair refund. I was happy with the customer service. Stand up guys who were helpful. I'd buy from them again.

    Sent mine in today and the powder is in the garden now.
     
  6. daleboy

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    Thank you for posting .
     
  7. cdngary

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    I'm glad I found this recall thread. I have a 1 lb container of 2495 that had moisture and contamination around the lid.Thanks for posting.
     
  8. Rsadams

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    Guys be sure and fill them with water , I have heard when in that condition they can ignite all by themselves.... Not good inside a house or shop...
     
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    yup...be careful...I did not find any in my inventory fortunately..and thanks for posting.
     

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