Dell has announced a recall of 35,000 notebook batteries in the US that it warns could pose a fire risk.
No injuries have been reported, but Dell stated that it has received three reports of damage to tables and desks as a result of the problem.
Around 22,000 of the batteries were sold in the US. Dell is replacing the batteries at no charge.
The recall affects certain Dell notebooks sold between 5 October 2004 and 13 October 2005.
Affected models include Dell Latitude D410, D505, D510, D600, D610, D800 and D810; Inspiron 510M, 600M, 6000, 8600, 9200 and 9300; the XPS Generation 2 notebook; and Precision M20 and M70 mobile workstations.
The batteries were also sold separately and provided as part of service replacements.
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