Lenovo has recalled models of their ThinkCenter desktop computers for a defect in the power supply, which can cause the unit to overheat, posing a fire risk, reports Injuryboard.com.
Lenovo is working with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to carry out the recall, first initiated in March of 2012. The recall includes all-in-one desktop computers and PC’s that have flat-panel monitors. The CPSC has included photos of those models that are recalled for your reference.
So far, one fire incident and one smoke incident have been reported, but no one has been injured. Lenovo urges anyone who has an affected computer to immediately stop using it, and to unplug the power supply.
To see if your Lenovo computer is affected by the recall, and if so, to schedule a free replacement appointment, call Lenovo at 855-248-2194, or click here to go to their website.
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