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Lenovo Notebook Battery Recall

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In another case of possible exploding/combustible laptop batteries, Lenovo, the Chinese laptop manufacturer, is voluntarily recalling 100,000 batteries from laptops in their IBM ThinkPad line. The certain batteries in question are manufactured by Sanyo. The batteries being recalled are Lithium-ion batteries which are known to be very sensitive to the daily abuse a laptop sustains. ...

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my acer aspire notebook is using Sanyo Li-Ion battery,.......
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Originally posted by jutsu:

my acer aspire notebook is using Sanyo Li-Ion battery,.......
Hi, I bought a battery for my Acer notebook from and I am very happy and satisfied with their battery quality and best price / fast delivery. All notebook battery available on this store battery for acer, battery for Compaq, battery for Dell, battery for IBM, battery for Toshiba, battery for Packard bell, battery for Asus, battery for HP, battery for Sony, battery for Medion, battery for Nec, battery for Samsung, battery for Toshiba Satellite, battery for Fujitsu-Siemens, battery for Clevo, battery for FIC.

I will buy again from this store.
When i saw that Lenovo had a laptop battery that can catch fire i thought what the hell lenovo can't make a mistake like that but when i read that the battery was from sanyo i thought that would be right. Sanyo is such a dirt brand
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