HP is recalling 50,000 computer batteries because of reports of overheating. Affected batteries pose a fire threat and could burn users, so if you've bought such an HP device since late 2015, you should check to find out if you're impacted.
HP has announced a recall on batteries in select notebook and mobile workstations sold in recent years.
If so, there are also instructions on how to put your notebook into "battery safety mode" for the time being - effectively discharging and disabling the battery, meaning you'll have to use the portable plugged into a power socket - while a replacement battery is arranged.
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Among the incident reports were three reports of property damage, totalling US$4,500, as well as one case where a customer suffered a first-degree burn to the hand.
HP says they have received eight reports of battery packs overheating, melting, or charring.
HP issued a statement to stay: "The quality and safety of all HP products is our top priority".
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Many of these batteries can not be replaced by customers. HP has offered to provide replacements and replacement services free of charge to impacted customers.
HP has set up a recall site and released a BIOS update.
This mode will discharge the battery and prevent it from being recharged until the battery is replaced. We are taking immediate action to address this issue including a voluntary recall and replacement of the batteries. The most important thing users can do is check to see if their notebook battery is affected.
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