About 16,000 NexTorch™ NT123A flashlight batteries have been recalled by NexTorch, Inc., of Mukiteo, Wash. Batteries can overheat and rupture, posing a fire and burn hazard to consumers. There has been one report of NexTorch NT123A flashlight batteries rupturing and catching fire, causing burns to the consumer’s body, clothes and vehicle. The recalled product is a NexTorch NT123A flashlight battery, bearing the trademark ™ superscript, rather than registered trademark ® superscript. Its body is silver metallic-colored and has the NexTorch logo and the voltage (3 V) on it. The battery is often packaged with NexTorch flashlights. These batteries were sold at firearm dealers and law enforcement supply stores, and on the Web, including www.amazon.com and www.nextorch.com, link from July 2007 to July 2011 for about $2 per battery. Consumers should immediately stop use of the battery and contact NexTorch for instructions on how to receive a free replacement. For additional information, please call the company toll-free at (877) 867-2415, visit its web site at www.nextorch.com link or e-mail the company at email@example.com.
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