Millions of HP power cords recalled due to possible fire risk

American technology firm Hewlett-Packard (HP) is recalling more than 6 million electrical cords sold in the U.S., Canada, and Australia due to potential fire hazards, International Business Times reported on August 28.

The recall was issued after reports of dozens of incidents where the cords either melted or burned, resulting in minor injuries and some property damage. Affected products are marked “LS-15.” Those who might have affected power cords are advised to discontinue use and notify HP to have a replacement. For more information, consumers can visit h30652.www3.hp.com.

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