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Samsung Alarmed Galaxy Note7 Safety Recall Program

After a lot of Chaos in the US electronics gadget market, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery issue has now rattled the sales of the product.

The company initiates Samsung Galaxy Note7 Safety Recall and exchange program to keep up its reputation. The recall scheme, eligible for devices that are purchased before 15 September 2016. In a statement issued by the Samsung Electronics, US, it has called for immediate exchange.

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The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) called for switching of the devices so that they can avoid the harm of explosion of the battery. Earlier, there was also a suggestion not to charge more than 60% of the battery.

The lithium-ion battery has somehow failed to deliver the expected performance and safety for the gadget owners. All the latest products that include Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge and Note 7 has now covered under the announced Galaxy Note7 Safety Recall and exchange scheme.

Eligibility for Galaxy Note 7 Replacement

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a warning in this regard. Hence, the exchange becomes a top priority for the owners of Samsung Note 7. Latest reports suggest that nearly 92 complaints of overheating and 26 burns officially notified.

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A $25 gift card offered in-store credit, in-store accessory credit or bill credit from preferred carrier retail outlets. Galaxy Note 7, total of 55 property damage which includes fires in cars and garages incidents reported in the US.

However, the company will cross-check purchase date with the help of IMEI or a serial number on the device. The toll-free number is also available for consumers and who wish to know further details about the exchange program.

Various contact numbers are allotted for the customers who buy from multiple sources in the US.

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