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All Current Recalls listed below:
Issued Oct 15, 2013
We are conducting a trigger upgrade on all Float packs sold into the marketplace during the 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 seasons. Please see the attached Safety Alert for details.
This trigger update includes the Float 30, 18, 36, 22, 32 and Throttle. The Float 30 with T-handle is not included. Owners of Float 30 packs with cone-shaped handles should contact us for instructions at firstname.lastname@example.org. The upgraded trigger assembly is standard on all 2013-2014 airbags and utilizes a hex crimp instead of an E-clip as a retention solution.
We have found on a very few number of packs that the E-clip, which holds the cable assembly together, can accidentally become dislodged while connecting or disconnecting the compressed air cylinder. If this happens, the pack may not deploy properly. While the probability of this occurring is extremely low, we believe it is best to replace the entire assembly. To order your Trigger Upgrade Kit please click here.
To order by e-mail, please contact email@example.com and provide your first name, last name, shipping address, and the model of pack you are upgrading. Once your order is placed, you will receive your upgrade kit within two weeks.
BCA’s mission is to save lives, not just sell products. Your safety—and your loyalty—are our top priorities. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call or e-mail us directly.
Have a fun and safe winter season!
See information below for instructions and frequently asked questions. You can also call BCA at 303-417-1345 or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Snowpulse Recalls 1.0 cylinders
As most of you already know by now we have had some issues with leaking cylinder gauges over the last six months. We really appreciate all of the hard work that our dealers have done in effectively dealing with this issue so far and maintaining consumer confidence in the Snowpulse product. To maintain the integrity of its product and to service its customers better Snowpulse has decided to do a full recall on all Snowpulse Inflation System 1.0 cylinders.
Full details of the recall, including the reason behind the gauge failure is explained on the Snowpulse website, which you can find at www.snowpulse.com.
All of the details can be found on the Snowpulse.com website but in summary the way that we will be handling the recall is as follows:
1. Canadian customers go through MSD, USA customers will go through Mammut Sports Group (1-800-451-5127).
2. Customers can either contact us directly or go through their local dealer.
3. MSD should do the warranty work on the cylinder and replace the gauge.
4. Snowpulse / MSD will pay for the shipping both ways. To get a return shipping label please give us a call and we will set up an RA and then e-mail a shipping label to you, the dealership, or directly to the end consumer. Please do NOT put it on our Purolator account #.
5. We will have the cylinders fixed and returned as soon as possible.
Thank-you all for your continued assistance in dealing with this issue. Please note that this does NOT affect customers who have already had their cylinder gauge changed and does NOT affect Snowpulse 2.0 cylinders (2011 onwards). Please inform your customers about this issue and use email@example.com to communicate with us on this issue.
Petzl Recalls GriGri2
As of Monday, June 20, 2011, Petzl has issued a RECALL FOR REPLACEMENT FOR ALL GRIGRI 2 assisted braking belay devices (D14 2O, D14 2G, D14 2B) from serial number 10326 through 11136, sold after January 1, 2011.
Posted on 10 January 2011
BCA has recently started shipping a new version of software for our Tracker2. The new software (version 4) addresses an issue discovered by the Jackson Hole ski patrol and alpine guides in a fleet of 182 beacons purchased in mid-November. Several of the Jackson Hole units have inadvertently entered our opticomm reprogramming mode. As a precautionary measure, we have replaced the Jackson fleet with version 4 units, which addresses this concern. We will analyze their original fleet to determine the extent of the problem.
The Jackson Hole patrol and guides have been using Tracker beacons for ten years and tested Tracker2 samples last season. Their heavy usage patterns have enabled us to identify potential improvements early in the process and implement them in production. In this instance, they played a role in the recognition of a problem and alerted us about them.
The problem the units experienced caused them to occasionally go into opticomm mode inadvertently. Opticomm is a programming mode which is used to download new software through our optical communication window on the front of the unit. When the Tracker2 is in opticomm mode, it does not transmit. Normally this mode is activated by disconnecting and reconnecting one of the batteries while the unit is attached to our opticomm reprogramming accessory. However, it appears that this mode is occasionally being triggered by a buildup and discharge of static electricity.
Out of thousands of Tracker2′s shipped since production started last January, we have had reports of 10 units that have malfunctioned in this manner. We have received five other units that have shown similar symptoms, however, they have not been verified to have stopped transmitting. We are currently researching the extent of the issue and hope to make a conclusion shortly.
If your Tracker2 occasionally reboots while it is off or in transmit mode, then it is experiencing a power interruption. This is always accompanied by an audible beep. (This should not be confused with the warning beeps that sound when the beacon is left in transmit or search mode for extended periods of time.) After a power interruption, the Tracker2 will usually return to the mode it was in: search, transmit, or off. While the issue of power interruption is not a major concern, we hope to determine if the issue of entering opticomm mode is significant enough to warrant a corrective action. In the meantime, we are offering free upgrades to our version 4 software. This software version provides additional safeguards against inadvertently entering opticomm mode.
To determine if you already have version 4 software, disconnect and reconnect one battery while the unit is off. After displaying “t2,” the unit will then display the software version. If the display reads “r04,” then you have the most recent software. This software has been included in all Tracker2 units shipped since late December.
We apologize for this complication and are working diligently to analyze and rectify the issue. If you would like to upgrade your Tracker2, please contact BCA at firstname.lastname@example.org or (303)417-1345 and we will provide you with a return authorization number. Thank you for your patience and support.