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Tuesday, 10 November 2009 11:54

Nokia recalls shedload of phone chargers

Written by Fudzilla staff


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Shocking, literally


Nokia
is recalling some 14 million faulty phone chargers that might give you a bit of a shock in the morning.

While getting some juice through your nervous system in the morning isn't all that bad, Nokia fears that loose covers on the chargers could result in something much, much worse than a small shock - a lawsuit.

The recall affects AC-3E, AC-3U and AC-4U made by Chinese company BYD. Most were sold in Europe and North America and you can check whether your unit is defective on Nokia's website.

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