Reasons the product is recalled
The power bank’s internal screws can come loose, causing a short circuit that can overheat the power bank’s lithium-ion battery.
The hazards to consumers
There is a risk of a serious burn injury or death and/or property damage if the battery overheats and catches fire.
Incident has occurred and caused damage to property.
What consumers should do
Consumers should immediately stop using the product and contact Lenovo to receive a replacement product or a full refund.
Consumers should dispose of the power bank in accordance with the local requirements for disposing of lithium batteries. Do not throw the battery in the rubbish, home recycling, or recycling boxes found at retail and home improvement stores, as this is a fire hazard.
Consumers can also visit the website of Lenovo’s recycling partner Product Recycling to obtain information about recycling programs and drop-off locations for lithium batteries.
Traders who sold this product
Lenovo sold the product directly and through these traders:
• Ingram Micro
• Landmark Computers
• JW Computers Holdings Pty Ltd
• First Focus IT Pty Ltd
• Fusion Networks Pty Ltd
• Virtunet Pty Ltd
• ASI Solutions
• Data #3 Limited
• Blue Connections
• CDM Australia Pty Ltd
• Elysian Education Pty Ltd
• Learning with Technologies
• Synapse IT Consultants Pty Ltd