UPDATED: Got mine in the email I sent to Amazon (See the attached).
...the safety from this recall. Source:
"...The recall covers a total of six AmazonBasics power bank models with the following ID numbers: B00LRK8EVO, B00LRK8HJ8, B00LRK8I7O, B00LRK8IV0, B00LRK8JDC or B00ZQ4JQAA. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, these recalled units may overheat and ignite, which could cause burns and/or fire damage...."
"...What To Do If You Have a Recalled Item
If you purchased the power bank directly from Amazon, you'll have likely already received an email from Amazon. Click the link provided in the "What Will Amazon Do…" section. It will take you to the site Amazon is using to process the recalls automatically. When I used it yesterday it was a little slow (likely due to there being over a quarter million of recalled items out there), but it was much snappier this morning.
If you didn't receive an email (or if you trashed it because you thought it might be a scam), you can go to the dedicated recall website and fill out your information. Note, that if you didn't buy the power bank directly from Amazon, you'll be directed to contact the retailer that you did purchase it through.
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What To Do If You No Longer Have the Recalled Item
If you no longer have the power bank, you won't be able to participate in the recall. Amazon is only providing refunds after they receive the items. Once you complete the recall form online, you'll receive a prepaid shipping box. Send it back with your power bank inside and Amazon will credit you for the amount you paid.
What To Do If You Want To Keep Using It
Invest in a good fire extinguisher and some burn cream. Seriously, though, exploding batteries are no joke. They can cause fires and severe chemical burns. Batteries are based on chemical reactions that are affected by heat and time. The result is usually a slow drop-off in capacity. But when the result is more volatile, it can get ugly fast...."
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