Nokia will withdraw up to 14 million potentially dangerous chargers.

This affects models manufactured earlier this year. The manufacturer will replace them for free. nokia charger

Nokia has decided to replace about 14 million cellphone chargers free of charge, because they are potentially dangerous.

The multinational secured by a statement: “Although we have no knowledge of any incident or injury related to affected shippers, we decided to change as a preventive measure.”

Nokia said that “some of the plastic covers of the shippers concerned are separated and released,” which “exposes the internal components of the shipper and is a potential danger of electric shock.

nokiaSpecifically, shippers models affected are AC-3U, AC-3E made between 15 June 2009 and August 9 and AC-4U Byd that it manufactured between 13 April 2009 and October 25.
Nokia has also had some problems with cellphone batteries in the past.
In the summer of 2007 they also informed its customers that it had about 46 million batteries in the market that were potentially dangerous.

This time found up to 100 cases with failures during the recharging process. However, as the company was not “detected serious damage or injuries.

Nokia will withdraw up to 14 million potentially dangerous chargers.

This affects models manufactured earlier this year. The manufacturer will replace them for free.

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