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    • 2/2/2017
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    • 20170107-30AFB-2147408410
    Incident Description: I had a Cuisinart model DFP TX food processor. It was an old one and I had replaced the lid twice because the tab that held it in place broke. I replaced the bowl once because the new lids did not fit the old bowl. The spring loaded pin on the work bowl that ... (More)
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    • 1/11/2017
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    • 20161216-D641B-2147409313
    Incident Description: A few weeks ago I found a small piece of metal in a dish of pasta I had prepared using my Cuisinart food processor. I assumed it came from the can of beans I used - maybe it had been inside the can. Fortunately, I was not injured and did not ingest the ... (More)
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    • 10/28/2015
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    • 20150824-2E748-1512234
    Incident Description: The consumer indicates that the product in question was sent by the manufacturer approximately three weeks ago as a replacement of the original unit purchased (retailer: Bed, Bath & Beyond), which was overheating as well. 08/23/2015 - The consumer indicates ... (More)
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    • 12/6/2011
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    • 20111113-E24C3-2147473383
    Incident Description: The food processor bowl/lid assembly wasn't locked in properly but still turned on & ended up spinning out of control. We were able to turn it off quickly & no one was hurt but this seems very dangerous to me. The plastic part that covers the metal rod on the ... (More)
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