CCV you need to email every customer that purchased a 1.5 and tell them about this. I ordered one on 5/4. The only reason I know there is a problem with them is because I literally stumbled across a conversation about it on ecf in the variable voltage section, and I usually never go in there.
As someone who has owned businesses, you have a potentially huge business liability here. Not to mention a real moral responsibility to your customers and their safety. I know you agree with me on the latter. However you need to be very proactive if these are indeed hazardous... EVERY customer needs to know IMMEDIATELY.
You should have emailed everyone already. What if one of these goes haywire and ballistic before you do so? Please be proactive. Maybe the issues isnt that bad and Im making more of it but any injury from a defect is a really bad thing.
Ive sent an email via ccv site about mine and trying to get info. Thanks.