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    • 5/21/2014
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    • 20140429-050AF-2147444995
    Incident Description: Cuisinart DCC-1000 coffee maker started smoking and the heating element was red hot while the machine control was in the off position. This occurred after the machine was used, turned off, cleaned, and set aside for use the following day. We were fortunate to ... (More)
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    • 7/27/2012
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    • 20120705-A106E-2147465993
    Incident Description: About 20 minutes after my coffee finished brewing today, I heard a crackle and popping sound. When I got to the kitchen, the coffee was sizzling, the plate was hot, and smoke was pouring out of the base of the coffee maker. The heat from the base was starting ... (More)
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    • 7/20/2011
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    • 20110607-B0AED-1186042
    Incident Description: My Cuisinart model DCC-1100 automatic coffee maker, serial numer 00223, started smoking about an hour after use. I noticed a burnt plastic smell and noticed the smoke rolling out of the unit. It was very hot when I removed it from the house. Fortunately, we ... (More)
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    • 7/18/2011
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    • 20110623-EB9D1-2147477921
    Incident Description: My husband made coffee this morning as usual. When he returned to get a cup he found the coffee to be boiling in the carafe and the unit to be smoking. It is a Cuisinart 12 cup DCC-1100 series. I did a quick search of this on the internet and found this is ... (More)
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