The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) posted a recall notice on Mar. 9, 2023, announcing the recall of Fantasia Trading’s Anker power banks due to fire and burn injury hazards.
Why are the Anker power banks recalled?
The recalled Anker power banks pose a risk of catching fire due to lithium-ion batteries overheating.
According to the CPSC, the manufacturer of the Anker power banks, Fantasia Trading, received 10 reports of overheating power banks, including one report of minor burn injuries.
Around 42,000 power banks have been recalled, with an additional 620 units in Canada.
Which power bank models have been recalled?
The Anker 535 Mobile Power Banks, PowerCore 20k, model number A1366 are subject to the recall. The model number is printed on the back of the power bank.
The mobile power bank comes in a variety of colors and with two USB cables. The power bank measures around three inches wide, six inches long, and one inch deep. The power bank should have “Anker” engraved on the front.
The CPSC advises consumers to immediately stop using the recalled Anker power banks.
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