Jan. 28, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Lithium Exploration Group (OTCBB: LEXG.OB) (OTCQB: LEXG.OB) today updated shareholders on the testing of its ultrasonic generator. After horizontal shop assembly was spinning freely and vertical installation in the suction can was complete, the unit would not turn. The unit has been removed and the team on site is working to diagnose the problem. Testing will resume as soon as the issue is resolved.
"We will continue to update shareholders as we diagnose the problem and resume testing. We all share in the frustration that we cannot resume testing today as planned, but we do not expect this issue to be one that causes any significant delays," commented CEO
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