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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Do you have a rechargable timebomb

We need your help to understand how fires like this start. Rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery blazes are rising, and the risks and tell-tale signs need to be better understood. Please take this two-minute survey to help us better understand consumer behaviour, with the help of ACCC Consumer Rights.

Above: The central risk with lithium-ion batteries is fire. The batteries are unlikely to catch fire – but they can, through faults inside the battery, or from external damage. And when they do catch fire, the consequences can be serious. ABC NEWS: Fears fires caused by lithium-ion batteries will 'increase considerably' as popularity of electric scooters rises


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