Amazon is recalling six battery packs due to fire risk
Electricity banks sold between 2014 and July 2017 are at risk of overheating, causing them to melt, which could cause a fire.
The recall was carried out in collaboration with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, the report said, although no recall notice has been issued on their website.
So far, it is not clear whether the power bank has caused any damage or fire.
The recall affected six power bank models, Micro USB cables for 16,100 mAh, 10,000 mAh, 5,600 mAh, 3,000 mAh and 2,000 mAh, and Micro USB cables for 3,000 mAh.
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All affected devices have been sold from Amazon.
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Day battery life in support of iOS and AndroidAmazon is reported to be sending an email to users who purchase a power bank informing them of the recall and providing more on how to return the device and get a refund
You should not mail the power bank back to Amazon\'s box;
Judging from the recall of Samsung\'s notorious Galaxy Note 7, you need to ship any potentially defective device back to a special fire box.
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In this case, the power bank is manufactured by Guoguang Electric Power Co. , Ltd. in China. Medium-
The capacity power supply group often uses several standard 18650 lithium-
The batteries were made in several large factories.
Fortunately, there are about a few power banks on Amazon that don\'t catch fire right now.
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