lg batteries-chargers

Information about the problems and breakdowns of LG batteries and chargers that were reported from 2004 to 2021.

Common problems: fire, melting.

Faulty modules: rack.


1 safety recalls announced

Verizon Wireless Recall of Counterfeit Cell Phone Batteries

  • Date: 6/24/2004

Counterfeit LG-branded TM-510 cell phone batteries. Some LG-branded TM-510 batteries may be counterfeit and susceptible to overcharging, especially if used with a non-LG charger. LG Infocomm U.S.A. Inc. states that these are counterfeit LG-branded batteries, which do not contain a safety device in the circuitry to prevent overcharging. In turn, the counterfeit batteries can overheat, posing a fire and burn hazard to users.

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4 issues reported


  • Date: 11/17/2016

36 YOM reports that he had a lithium battery in his pants pocket and it exploded. It caught on fire and burned his leg. He received emergency department treatment.


  • Date: 5/3/2017

While traveling, 35 YOM charged phone fully in evening, and in morning when he went to top it off, he noticed that there was significant melting to power adapter. He didn't use it. Adapter says it can tolerate 110-240v. There were no signs of damage on previous night.

LG AC Adapter PA 1061-61

  • Date: 4/24/2018

62 YOF reported that recently transformer cord burst into flames on counter. It was plugged into wall, but not into TV. Plastic around metal plug part that is supposed to be inserted into TV burst into flames. It's all melted. Consumers put out fire.


  • Date: 10/1/2021

The Consumer stated/reported that their whole home lithium-ion residential energy storage system battery pack is inflating and cracking open. The built-in safety fuses already blew rendering it inoperable and it has continued to inflate.

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