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    • 1/24/2017
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    • 20161227-5E2B5-2147408858
    Incident Description: The Cuisinart DLC-10E food processor 4mm slicing disk (part number FP-104) was being used to slice cabbage to make cole slaw. I noticed that the slicing disk was making noise and, upon inspection, I saw that the rivets that attach the metal slicing disk to ... (More)
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    • 1/19/2017
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    • 20161223-E79DE-2147408963
    Incident Description: An article about the Cuisinart food processor blade recall said the CPSC would like reports of blade breakage. My DLC-10E Cuisinart blade shattered while processing hummus in February 2016. I did not file any complaint, but ordered a new blade from ... (More)
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