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    • 8/26/2015
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    • 20150804-2AFEB-2147429663
    Incident Description: While making popcorn with a Cuisinart model CPM-100 Hot Air Popcorn Maker, my daughter attempted to turn it off after completing the process, using the ON/OFF switch. When she did so, the popper continued to run, and we observed the sound and smell of ... (More)
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    • 10/16/2014
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    • 20140923-0F0D2-2147440705
    Incident Description: While popping corn, the appliance caught fire. The plastic top melted into the bowl placed under it to catch the (now flaming) popcorn, and the blower blew flames into the air.
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    • 2/22/2013
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    • 20130125-2BD59-2147459478
    Incident Description: Our Cuisinart EasyPop Hot Air Popcorn Maker caught on fire while we were making popcorn. Their normal recommendation is to fill a plastic cup with butter at the top of the popcorn delivery shoot. When the fire start it burned through the bottom of the cup and ... (More)
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