The lithium-ion batteries can ignite, explode or spark, posing fire, explosion and burn hazards to consumers.
This recall involves Ancheer e-bikes with model number AM001907. The model number can be found on the e-bike packaging and in the instruction manual but cannot be found on the bike itself. A water bottle shaped cylindrical battery distinguishes model AM001907 from other models. The bikes are black and have 26-inch wheels. “Ancheer” is printed on the downtube.
Consumers should stop using the recalled e-bikes immediately and contact Ancheer for a free replacement battery and battery mount.
Ancheer has received six reports of incidents involving fire, explosions, or sparks, including four reports of burn injuries.
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