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Hema calling power back banks due to possible overheating
Hema models evokes power banks which it has sold back. It involves, among other banks power of 2200mAh who long for 6 euros sold in its stores. The retailer warns that the batteries may overheat in the power banks.
It is the colored models with the word powerbank out of 2200mAh and a model in the form of a large AA battery with a capacity of 2600mAh. Hema has the exact part numbers on its own site put.
The chain recommends that customers use the product any longer. “It has been determined that the parts or the battery may overheat causing melting the case or the battery may explode. This can cause fire and / or injury.” Customers can also without a receipt back to the store with these products.
Meanwhile, the products have disappeared from the Hema-site, making it appear that the stores no longer sell these models. Whether and how many cases there are known power of banks that caused the damage is unknown.Viewing:-153
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