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Lenovo ThinkPad® Lithium-ion batteries

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The Hazard

If the battery packs overheat, they pose the risk of fire and burn hazard to consumers.

What to do

Consumers should immediately turn off their computer, remove the battery and only power the computer through the AC adaptor and power cord. Please visit www.lenovo.com/batteryprogram2014 to determine if you are affected and to arrange for
a free replacement battery.

Availability

Sold from October 2010 to April 2011

The Problem

The lithium-ion battery may overheat.

Product Identifiers

Lithium-ion batteries for T510, X201, X201s and Edge 13 laptops

Supplier Contact

Lenovo (Australia & New Zealand) Pty Ltd (tol
0508 201 650 Visit their site

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