Pool and spa drain covers
The recalled drain covers do not meet Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act (VGBA) entrapment protection standards, posing an entrapment hazard to swimmers and sunbathers.
September 22, 2022
This recall involves Goetas replacement round pool main drain covers with two bolts that are sold for use in in-ground pools and spas. The upper grille is 7.20 inches in diameter and the lower mounting plate is 8.14 inches in diameter. They are white and made of ABS plastic. “Listed Suction Fitting”, “SP-1058-B”, and “88D9 148 GPM” are printed in the center of the ridge cap. “Use screws to keep grate secured to drain (dram) at all times” is printed on the outer ring of the grate.
Pool owners/operators and consumers should immediately stop using pools and spas with the recalled pool or spa drain covers and contact Goetas for a full refund. Consumers should remove the drain cover from the pool and/or spa and send a photo of the drain cover to the business at email@example.com as proof of removal and to receive a refund. Consumers must dispose of recalled pool or spa drain covers after providing proof of disposal. Goetas is communicating directly with all buyers.
Exclusively at www.amazon.com from October 2021 through April 2022 for around $10.
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