Nokia has announced it would call back a total of 14 M telephone chargers made by a Chinese vendor called BYD worldwide, having discovered that the plastic case may come off, thus posing a risk of electric shock if plugged, the Finnish mobile phone manufacturer informs. Three charger models one of which has been sold in Europe will be recalled. Company representatives have told Hotnews.ro that, in Romania there were several dozens of thousands of chargers that would have to be replaced. The manufacturer says the decision to call back is just a preventive measure and that no accidents have been reported, despite the fact that internal tests have revealed some issues. The models to be called back are AC-3E and AC-3U, produced between June 15 and August 9, 2009, plus the AC-4U model with breakpoints April 13 – October 25 this year. Nokia says the plastic case may accidentally come off so there is a risk of electroshock if the exposed internal components of the live device are touched.