RECALL ROUNDUP: Which consumer products are recalled this week?

Laptops, laptop battery backs, riding lawn mowers and some rolling chairs are among the latest potentially dangerous products under recall, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Fifth generation 14-inch Lenova ThinkPad X1 Carbon Laptops are under recall because they could catch on fire.

A unfastened screw may damage the battery and cause overheating. There are no reports of overheating in the U.S.

Don't use the laptop and contact Lenova Services at 800-426-7378 to schedule an inspection and repair.

Panasonic lithium-ion battery packs used in Fujitsu notebook computers and workstations also could catch on fire.

There is one report of a battery fire in Canada, but no injuries.

The battery packs have these product numbers CP556150-03, CP579060-01 and CP629458-03 and were sold separately between July 2012 and December 2017.

Remove the battery pack and use the AC adapter to power the laptop. Contact Fujitsu at 800-835-4878 to receive a free replacement battery pack.

Poppin is recalling Pitch rolling chairs that could cause you to fall.

There are five reports of the seat plate detaching from the seat base, but no one has been hurt.

The chairs were sold in five colors from March 2016 through September 2017.

Stop using the chairs and contact Poppin at 888-676-7746 for a free repair.

Husqvarna zero turn riding mowers are being recalled because a problem with the fuel line could cause them to catch on fire.

No incidents have been reported.

Here are the model numbers and model names included in the recall:

Husqvarna 967638401 Z242F

Husqvarna 967271501 Z246

Husqvarna 967271401 Z246

Husqvarna 967323901 Z246i

Husqvarna 967262401 Z248F

Husqvarna 967324101 Z254

Husqvarna 967680901 Z254F

Poulan Pro 967331001 P54ZX

The mowers have the serial number range of 070117C001001 through 110717C999999.

Stop using the movers and contact Husqvarna 877-257-6921 for a free inspection and repair.

Wheat Leaf Crystal mugs by Tiffany & Co. are under recall because they can crack and break.

There are six reports of mugs breaking when hot liquid is poured in to them, but no injuries.

Don't use the mug and contact Tiffany & Co. at 800-843-3269 for a full refund plus a $100 gift card.

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