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(KSL News) -- IBM is recalling thousands of computer monitors. Company officials say more than 63-thousand of it's 15 inch monitors are at risk of overheating and smoking.
So far, IBM has received seven reports of circuit boards overheating. And in some cases it has caused property damage and minor smoke inhalation.
The recall covers monitors sold from June 1997 to December 1998. And the models to look out for are the G-51, CRT and G51t touch screens.
If you have any questions, contact IBM directly.