|Product Recalls for Australia||Check your Battery||Check your AC Adapter||Check your Power Cord|
|Product Recalls for New Zealand||Check your Battery||Check your AC Adapter||Check your Power Cord|
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On June 22, 2018 Toshiba Client Solutions ANZ Pty. Limited (“Toshiba”) announced a voluntary recall of certain DC-in plugs used in 2-pin AC Adapters due to a potential burn hazard.
On November 10, 2016 Toshiba Client Solutions ANZ Pty. Limited (“Toshiba”) announced an expansion of its previous voluntary recall of Panasonic battery packs launched in January 2016 (“January 2016 Recall”). This expanded recall affects additional Panasonic battery packs manufactured and used with certain Toshiba laptops sold between July 2013 and November 2016.
On January 28, 2016, Toshiba Australia Pty Limited inc. (“Toshiba”) announced a voluntary recall to replace the battery packs manufactured for and used with certain Toshiba notebook computers sold between Jun 2011 and Sep 2015. Toshiba sold the batteries as part of new notebook computers and as accessories or replacement batteries in the course of repair. Since there is a possibility that the affected battery packs can overheat, they could pose a burn or fire hazard. Toshiba is offering a free r
On November 25 2014, Toshiba Corporation (“Toshiba”) announced the recall and replacement of LS-15 branded AC power cords sold with certain Toshiba notebook computers manufactured and/or replaced in the course of repair process, from September 2010 through June 2012. Toshiba is taking this action in consultation with the governmental authorities in the countries where the affected products were sold.
Toshiba Australia Pty Ltd (“Toshiba”) has released security updates to address vulnerabilities in “Bluetooth Stack for Windows by Toshiba” and “TOSHIBA Service Station.” Toshiba recommends that all affected users update their PC’s software as described below to address these security vulnerabilities.
It has come to our attention that the installation of certain versions of Trend Micro’s security software may inadvertently disable startup of Toshiba’s HDD protection feature, available on certain Toshiba PCs.