Sony just issued a warning saying that you should stop using the Sony VAIO Fit 11A notebook as it might catch fire.
Sony issued a product warning for the VAIO Fit 11A computer. Some of the internal, non-removable battery packs provided to Sony by a 3rd party supplier and included in Sony VAIO Fit 11A released in February 2014 have the potential to overheat resulting in partial burns to the housing of the PC.
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Sony says that if you have one or more of the Sony VAIO Fit 11A models with product name: SVF11N1XXXX, immediately discontinue use, shut down and unplug the PC.
Sony is currently identifying affected PCs by serial numbers and developing a program to repair or replace the affected PCs at no charge, or to refund the purchase price for the affected PCs, in accordance with the program.
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Sony expects to post a program announcement with details within two weeks.