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Southern Motion Recalls Wireless Power reclining furniture

The lithium-ion batteries used to power the furniture can overheat

Southern Motion of Pontotoc, Miss., is recalling about 2,300 pieces of Wireless Power reclining furniture.

The lithium-ion batteries used to power the furniture can overheat, posing a fire hazard.

The firm is aware of six incidents of batteries overheating and causing fires to the chairs and floor coverings. No injuries have been reported.

This recall involves Wireless Power reclining furniture powered by lithium-ion batteries.

The batteries are installed internally as an o...

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    Battery packs for Fujitsu notebook computers and workstations recalled

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat

    Fujitsu America of Sunnyvale, Calif., is recalling about 6,400 battery packs used in Fujitsu notebook computers and workstations sold in the U.S. and Canada.

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, posing burn and fire hazards to consumers.

    The company has received one report of a battery fire in Canada.

    This recall involves Panasonic lithium-ion battery packs for these Fujitsu notebook computers and workstations: CELSIUS H720, LIFEBOOK E752, E733, E743, E753, P702, P772, S710, S752, S762, T732, T734, and T902.

    Recalled battery pack product numbers are CP556150-03, CP579060-01 and CP629458-03. The product and serial numbers are printed on a white sticker on the battery.

    Serial numbers included in the recall are:

    Recalled Battery Pack Part and Serial Numbers

    Product Number (P/N)

    Serial Numbers

    The first 7

    characters

    The last 7

    characters

    CP556

    150-03

    Z130119

    All

    Z130120

    000038Z

    - 004207Z

    Z130131

    - Z130205

    All

    CP5790

    60-01

    Z130129

    All

    Z130130

    All

    Z130131

    000089Z -

    000662Z

    Z130221

    All

    Z130304

    000045Z -

    000563Z

    001210Z -

    001963Z

    002302Z -

    002847Z

    Z130306

    000017Z -

    000524Z

    CP6294

    58-03

    Z130301

    - Z130407

    All

    The battery packs, manufactured in China, were sold online at www.shopfujitsu.com from July 2012, through December 2017, for about $170 for the battery pack sold separately, and between $1,100 and $2,900 for the battery packs sold with Fujitsu notebook computers and workstations.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled battery packs, power off the laptop, remove the battery and follow instructions to obtain a free replacement battery pack.

    Until a replacement battery pack is received, consumers should use the laptop by plugging in AC power only.

    Consumers may contact Fujitsu at 800- 835-4878 or 800-8FUJITSU from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday or online at http://www.fujitsu.com/us/support/products/computing/notebooks/battery-recall/2018.html for more information.

    Fujitsu America of Sunnyvale, Calif., is recalling about 6,400 battery packs used in Fujitsu notebook computers and workstations sold in the U.S. and Canad...

    HP recalls Notebook computer and mobile workstations batteries

    The lithium-ion batteries can overheat

    HP of Palo Alto, Calif., is recalling about 52,600 lithium-ion batteries for HP notebook computers and mobile workstations sold in the U.S and Canada.

    The batteries can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards.

    The company has received eight reports of battery packs overheating, melting, or charring, including three reports of property damage totaling $4,500 with one report of a minor injury involving a first degree burn to the hand.

    This recall involves lithium-ion batteries for HP Notebook computers and mobile workstations.

    The batteries were shipped with or sold as accessories for HP ProBooks (64x G2 and G3 series, 65x G2 and G3 series), HPx360 310 G2, HP Envy m6, HP Pavilion x360, HP 11, HP ZBook (17 G3, 17 G4, and Studio G3) Mobile Workstations.

    They were also sold as accessories or replacement batteries for the HP ZBook Studio G4 mobile workstation or for any of the products listed above.

    The batteries, manufactured in China, were sold separately at Best Buy and other stores and authorized dealers nationwide and online at www.Amazon.com, www.hp.com and other websites for between $50 and $90.

    They also were shipped in notebook computers and mobile workstations sold from December 2015, through December 2017, for between $300 and $4,000.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately visit www.HP.com/go/batteryprogram2018 to see if their battery is included in the recall, and for instructions on how to enable “Battery Safety Mode” if their battery is included in the recall.

    The website provides consumers instructions on how to initiate the validation utility to check their battery and what to download if their battery is included in the recall.

    These batteries are not customer-replaceable. HP will provide free battery replacement services by an authorized technician.

    Consumers may contact HP toll-free at 888-202-4320 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday or online at www.HP.com/go/batteryprogram2018 or www.hp.com and click “Recalls” for more information.

    HP of Palo Alto, Calif., is recalling about 52,600 lithium-ion batteries for HP notebook computers and mobile workstations sold in the U.S and Canada.T...

    Smart Balance Wheel self-balancing scooters/hoverboards recalled

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat

    Salvage World of Hattiesburg, Miss., is recalling about 700 self-balancing scooters/hoverboards.

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, posing a risk of smoking, catching fire and/or exploding.

    The firm has received one report of a battery pack catching fire and/or exploding in Mississippi in 2017 resulting in property damage. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves Smart Balance Wheel self-balancing scooters, commonly referred to as hoverboards. Hoverboards have two wheels at either end of a platform and are powered by lithium-ion battery packs.

    The hoverboards were sold in black, white, red, or blue.

    The scooters/hoverboards, manufactured in China, were sold at Salvage World stores in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, from August 2016, through March 2017, for about $150.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using these recalled scooters/hoverboards and contact Salvage World for instructions on returning their hoverboard for a store credit.

    Consumers may contact Salvage World toll-free at 888-726-9603 from 10 a.m. 6 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday or online at www.salvageworldllc.com and click on Recall info for more information.

    Salvage World of Hattiesburg, Miss., is recalling about 700 self-balancing scooters/hoverboards.The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, posing a ri...

    Tech Drift recalls self-balancing scooters/hoverboards

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat

    Tech Drift of Los Angeles, Calif., is recalling about 100 self-balancing scooters/hoverboards.

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, posing a risk of the products smoking, catching fire and/or exploding.

    No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves Tech Drift self-balancing scooters, commonly referred to as hoverboards. Hoverboards have two wheels at either end of a platform and are powered by lithium-ion battery packs. The hoverboards were sold in black and white.

    The scooters/hoverboards, manufactured in China, were sold online at www.techdrift.com and www.amazon.com from December 2015 through April 2016 for between $400 and $500.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled scooters/hoverboards and contact Tech Drift for instructions on returning their hoverboard for a free UL2272-certified replacement unit.

    Consumers may contact Tech Drift at 800-491-0264 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (PT) Monday through Friday or email techdriftmyk@gmail.com for more information.

    Tech Drift of Los Angeles, Calif., is recalling about 100 self-balancing scooters/hoverboards.The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, posing a risk...

    Drone Nerds recalls self-balancing scooters/hoverboards

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat

    Drone Nerds Inc of Aventura, Fla., is recalling about 700 self-balancing scooters/hoverboards.

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, posing a risk of the products smoking, catching fire and/or exploding.

    No incidents or injuries are reported.

    This recall involves certain Drone Nerds self-balancing scooters, commonly referred to as hoverboards . The hoverboards have two wheels at either end of a platform and are powered by lithium-ion battery packs. They were sold in a variety of colors.

    The scooters/hoverboards, manufactured in China, were sold at the Drone Nerds store in Aventura, Florida, and online at www.dronenerds.com from November 2015, through March 2016, for about $300.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled hoverboards and contact Drone Nerds to return the unit to receive a full refund or store credit.

    Consumers may contact Drone Nerds toll-free at 888-785-7543 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at hbrecall@gmail.com or online at www.dronenerds.com and click on “Recall Notice” for more information.

    Drone Nerds Inc of Aventura, Fla., is recalling about 700 self-balancing scooters/hoverboards.The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, posing a risk...

    Simplified Wireless recalls iHoverspeed self-balancing scooters/hoverboards

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat

    Simplified Wireless of Element, N.Y., is recalling about 900 iHoverspeed self-balancing scooters/hoverboards.

    The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, posing a risk of the products smoking, catching fire and/or exploding.

    No incidents or injuries are reported.

    This recall involves all iHoverspeed self-balancing scooters, commonly referred to as hoverboards.

    The hoverboards have two wheels at either end of a platform and are powered by lithium-ion battery packs.

    They were sold in black, blue, red and white and have “iHoverspeed” printed on the front.

    The scooters/hoverboards, manufactured in China, were sold at Amazon.com, iHoverspeed.com and other online retailers from November 2015 to December 2015 for between $290 and $330.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled self-balancing scooters/hoverboards and contact Simplified Wireless to return their unit to receive a free UL2272-certified replacement unit.

    Consumers may contact Simplified Wireless toll-free at 833-220-1212 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday or by email at simplifiedrecall@gmail.com.

    Simplified Wireless of Element, N.Y., is recalling about 900 iHoverspeed self-balancing scooters/hoverboards.The lithium-ion battery packs can overheat...