Lenovo announced a worldwide voluntary recall of faulty LS-15 AC power cords from IdeaPad users and replacement program in cooperation with government regulatory agencies.
This recall is for affected AC power cords distributed worldwide with Lenovo IdeaPad computers. The Chinese PC maker sold these computers from February 2011 through June 2012.
Lenovo customers affected by this program are eligible to receive a replacement AC power cord for the recalled power cord in their possession.
Lenovo sold the power cords with new notebook computers or replacement parts on the models listed below.
The company said not all Lenovo products were sold with an affected AC power cord. Customers need to validate their specific AC power cord using the instructions how to identify if my cord is being recalled.
Lenovo recommends customers to unplug their line cord from the AC power outlet and the power adapter then follow the instructions below to determine if your cord is being recalled
The company said it’s recalling only the AC Power Line Cord. Lenovo is not recalling the Adapter that connects to the computer. Customers need not discard the adapter.
“Lenovo apologizes for the inconvenience caused by this issue. Shipment of quality products always has been and continues to be the foremost concern,” said the Chinese PC vendor.
The following are the part numbers
The following are the Affected Systems