Consumer Product Safety group warns about Galaxy Note 7

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Samsung Electronics’ woes mounted Friday with a U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission propelling consumers to energy down and stop charging or regulating their Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, after reports of a overheating and ripping of a lithium-ion battery in a device in some cases.

The matter by a CPSC comes a day after a Federal Aviation Administration suggested passengers not to spin on, assign or reserve divided their inclination in checked container when on house aircraft. Three airlines in Australia, including Qantas, a section Jetstar and Virgin Australia, have also taboo their passengers from using or charging the Galaxy Note 7 during flight.

The incidents relating to a Note 7 smartphones have occurred both while charging and during normal use, CPSC said.

The agency, that is charged with safeguarding a open from risk of damage or genocide related with consumer products underneath a jurisdiction, is operative with Samsung to rigourously announce an central remember of a device.

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