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Sony seems to have a hard time with notebook batteries and have issued a recall of over 100,000 notebook batteries once again.  The batteries are prone to overheat and start smoking and catch fire, although only 19 reports of such incidents have taken place in the […]

Sony seems to have a hard time with notebook batteries and have issued a recall of over 100,000 notebook batteries once again.  The batteries are prone to overheat and start smoking and catch fire, although only 19 reports of such incidents have taken place in the US.  The US Consumer Product Safety Commission instructs those affected to take the battery out of the laptop immediately and seek replacement.

Here’s a list of affected notebook models:

Hewlett-Packard About 32,000 HP Pavilion: dv1000, dv8000 and zd8000
Compaq Presario: v2000 and v2400
HP Compaq: nc6110, nc6120, nc6140, nc6220, nc6230,
nx4800, nx4820, nx6110, nx6120, nx9600
Recalled batteries will have a bar code
label starting with A0, L0, L1 or GC
Toshiba About 3,000 Satellite: A70/A75, P30/P5, M30X/M35X, M50/M55
Tecra: A3, A5, S2
n/a
Dell About 150 Latitude: 110L
Inspiron: 1100, 1150, 5100, 5150, 5160
OU091
  1. GoodThings2Life Friday, October 31, 2008

    Note to self… stop buy Sony products until they learn how to chill out once in a while…

    I don’t know what it is with Sony, but they sure like their products to be HOT HOT HOT. I’ve had my PS3 on for about 2 hours now, and it’s quite toasty despite a cooling fan blowing on it.

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  2. i also faced problem with sony thats why i changed to htc3400i and using services from http://www.apps4rent.com/index.htm

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