RESCUECOM Sourced for Information on Faulty Laptop Batteries

OC Metro Uses Information from RESCUECOM in Report

OCMETRO the business lifestyle magazine
Date published September 14, 2006:


Baked apple?

It may not be your lightning productivity that's heating up your iBook. It just might be a defective battery. If you?re one of the more than 5 million Apple and Dell laptop owners who are affected by the recall of Sony battery packs,

  • Immediately go to the Apple or Dell websites to find out about the recall procedure.
  • Remove your battery at once. You will be safe using your power cord for as long as you need to.
  • Do NOT buy a third-party battery.
  • Back up your data! These battery problems are a good reminder that no data is safe unless it is backed up to an external source.
  • Don't fret if your battery seems warm. Beware of any burning smells or strange noises, such as a hum or high-pitched sound. That might signal a problem.
  • Despite some recent problems with these batteries, the chances of any incident is still extremely low and by using a third-party item you are dramatically increasing your chances of a problem.

Source: David A. Milman, founder and CEO of RESCUECOM(rescuecom.com )

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