Sony Recalls AC Adapters For Shock Hazard

While Sony may have figured out its laptop battery technology, there is now an unfortunate case for the recall of some of the company's AC adapters that pose a shock hazard to its users.

Owners of the AC adapter model VGP-AC19V17, used on the Vaio all-in-one desktop models VGC-LT series and VGC-JS2 series and the Docking Stations VGP-PRBX1 and VGP-PRFE1, are subject to the voluntary recall by Sony. The defect affects around 69,000 units.

Sony has received four reports of adapters short circuiting, but thankfully, no injuries have been reported.

Those who own products that use this AC adapter are advised to turn off their computer, unplug it, and contact Sony to arrange for a free replacement.

Read the full details of the recall here.

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  • Pei-chen
    Most adapters are made by Taiwan based cheapo OEMs and not SONY. Japanese firms make high margin battery.
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  • cabose369
    can Sony do ANYTHING right these days???
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  • ADM-86
    How many times can Sony keep screwing up like this....seriously.
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