Defective Computers Recalled From Lenovo
4/23/2012A fire hazard associated with 50,000 Lenovo ThinkCentre desktop PCs has caused a massive recall. Part of the power supply inside the computers has literally sparked smoke and fire damage. Anyone who bought computers during the holiday shopping season should check their PC model since the defective Lenovo computers were sold from May 2011 through January 2012. The defective Lenovo computers are models M90z and M70z. The original retail price of the defective models ranged from $500-$800. Should your computer match the information provided, immediately cease use of the system and unplug it from any power sources. Contact Lenovo directly to learn how you can return and replace your computer system: www.lenovo.com/aiopsurecall.
Lenovo is a North Carolina company based out of Morrisville; not too far from Brent Adams & Associates’ defective product law offices in Raleigh. If you notice a retailer or other salesperson offering Lenovo ThinkCentres for sale, contact authorities. It is illegal for defective products to be resold (or attempted to be resold).
If you have experienced fire or smoke damage, or suffered injuries related to a defective product overheating, contact a NC defective product attorney in Raleigh, Fayetteville or Dunn with Brent Adams & Associates. Our NC injury lawyers handle cases for clients who have wrongfully sustained injuries or property damage from defective products.
Category: Medical Malpractice
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