Sony Recalls 438,000+ VAIO Laptops

An important note for those who own a VAIO notebook. Sony has issued a massive recall of over 438,000 laptops sold between July 2007 and August 2008 due to overheating problems. Recalled models include Vaio VGN-TZ100, VGN-TZ200, VGN-TZ300, and VGN-TZ2000 series notebooks.

An important note for those who own a VAIO notebook.  Sony has issued a massive recall of over 438,000 laptops sold between July 2007 and August 2008 due to overheating problems.  Recalled models include Vaio VGN-TZ100, VGN-TZ200, VGN-TZ300, and VGN-TZ2000 series notebooks.  If you own one, call Sony at 888-526-6219 or go the the online support site to get your replacement.

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