Some Toshiba Laptops Recalled For Over-Heating

By WBNG News

Some Toshiba Laptops Recalled For Over-Heating

September 7, 2010 Updated Sep 7, 2010 at 6:01 PM EDT

(WBNG Bingahmton) Toshiba has recalled about 41 thousand of it's Satellite line of laptop computers.

The T-135, T-135 D, and T-130 notebook models can overheat at the plug in to the AC Adapter...

It could burn you if you handle it.

Toshiba has received almost 130 complaints of the adapters overheating and melting the plastic case.

The laptops were sold at electronics retailers nationwide and online at Toshiba Direct dot com.

You can download a new version of Toshiba's BIOS computer software that will detect whether the computer is overheating and will disable the external power.

If you don't have internet access, you can Contact Toshiba directly for installation of the software.

You can call them at (800) 457-7777 or head to www.laptops.toshiba.com/about/consumer-notices

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