Lenovo Australia and New Zealand has announced a voluntarily recall of its Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one Computer due to an issue with the product's power supply posing a fire risk.
According to the recall notice issued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the recall applies to ThinkCentre all-in-one computers with the model number M90z, which were sold by Lenovo and its distributors and resellers across Australia between 1 May 2010 and 30 January 2012.
The computers can be identified by the machine type and serial number which are located at the base of the computer
According to the ACCC recall, “some metalized capacitors inside the power supplies may be defective, leading to possible overheating and smoke,” and “there is a potential fire hazard as a result of overheating of the product.
“Customers should immediately stop using the affected system and unplug it from the power outlet,” the recall notice read. “Consumers with a potentially affected computer should visit http://www.lenovo.com/aiopsurecall or call the Lenovo Support Centre on 131 426 noting the serial numbers on the back of their machines and check if the machines are affected.
"If so, customers should contact the Lenovo Support Centre on 131 426 to organise for a replacement of their power supply by Lenovo’s technicians. The technicians will remove the old power supply.”