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This power bank, also available in Hungary, is a fire hazard

This power bank, also available in Hungary, is a fire hazard

Lenovo issued the recall.

Several Hungarian retailers are selling a Lenovo power bank that the US Consumer Protection Agency has deemed a fire hazard. The Chinese manufacturer ordered an immediate recall, A. reported hvg.

The problem device is a 20,000 mAh USB-C portable battery mainly used for laptops. It is the exact charger, model number PBLG2W with unique identification (part number) 40ALLG2WWW. By tom devices published The figure shows where to look for this data in the power bank.

Consumer Product Safety Commission

The production date is also important, the production dates of the recovered copies (in year/month order) are as follows: 01/22, 02/22, 03/22, 04/22, 05/22 and finally 06/22.

The manufacturer stresses that if someone has a charger that matches all three data, stop using it immediately.

The problem is due to the fact that the screw on the device may become loose during charging, which can lead to a short circuit. All this can lead to significant heating and even eventually a fire. Officially, we know about one fire so far.

Here, Lenovo Hungary has not officially distributed the product, but the power bank can be found in many well-known large online stores. If your device meets all of the above conditions, contact the store where you purchased the device as soon as possible.

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