Ring is recalling 350,000 video doorbells after reports that some have caught fire.
Ring has received 23 reports of fire involving its second-generation video doorbells, according to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission. At least eight people received minor burns and some property was damaged.
The safety commission says the doorbell battery can overheat and catch fire if incorrect screws are used during installation.
The recalled doorbells were sold in the US between June and October 2020.
You can check to see if your doorbell is part of the recall through Ring's website or app.