Transcript for Warnings Released for Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Owners Going on Airplanes
Out of the urgent problem of those popular Smartphones bursting into flames we're learning more tonight about that we call of Samsung galaxy note sevens. And there's a special warning tonight for people on airplanes here's ABC's quarter Revere. Tonight the exploding cellphone battery did may have sparked this car fire now triggering a new preflight morning across America. Find out you know revenue problem. Murder charges or Howard ordered. Passengers on board several domestic carriers hearing a similar message about that galaxy note seven. The instructions coming straight from the FAA solo shot him a little nerve racking in mammals think about it like him up. Simpson says so far there have been at least 35 reports of batteries exploding due newly faulty lithium ion battery. Dangerous on the grounds. And as tests show a nightmare in the sky. If one phone gets gets trapped in a seat gets crushed on fire now the whole scene is on fire and what you may or may not have is the ability to fight that fire. So far Samsung is not issuing an global recall. Instead urging customers to exchange the device Jodi Bartlett says hers exploded on her night stand. Filling her home with smoke the smoke was unbearable black thick smoke she knew about the issue. But we were told he had to wait for the replacement the government is urging owners not to turn on their phones or even to charge them. When it comes to enforcing that same rule on airplanes experts say it would be up to passengers under the honor system to comply Tom. Gloria thank you.
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