For weeks now ITV News has reported on the dangers of faulty goods remaining in homes despite recalls.
We have relayed concerns that the recall system is not tracing appliances that can cause death and injury.
Today comes yet another example of what can go wrong.
Dorset Fire & Rescue Service say that a fire in the early hours of this morning was caused by a faulty dishwasher.
The fire officer in charge, Stuart Granger, told us:
The dishwasher at this property was one which is part of a national product recall, due to the manufacturers Bosch recognising a fault which could start a fire.
Back in 2011, Bosch announced the recall of models that were manufactured between 1999 and 2005 and have batch numbers between FD7901 through to FD8504.
If anyone has a Bosch dishwasher they can easily check if their appliance is one which is affected by visiting www.repairaction.co.uk/Bosch.
Dorset Fire and Rescue Service have now attended a number of fires involving Bosch dishwashers - I'm told it could be six.
The Electrical Safety Council (a UK charity dedicated to reducing deaths and injuries caused by electrical accidents) told me:
It is another example of how the current recall system creates confusion instead of the clarity we have a right to expect.
A Bosch spokesperson told ITV News that affected dishwashers should not be used.