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    • 1/17/2017
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    • 20161220-E041E-2147409105
    Incident Description: I read about the Cuisinart blade recall. I have two Cuisinarts. Examining them both, both have cracked blades. The DFP-11 blade was covered by the replacement. The [REDACTED] which is also cracked was not covered by the recall. It should be as it shows the ... (More)
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    • 1/6/2017
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    • 20161213-87CA0-2147409596
    Incident Description: The Cuisinart Food Processor blade -(model #DFP-11) I have been using has a metal piece missing where the blade is attached to the plastic housing and the blade has stress lines coming from each of the 4 rivets. I use the processor on an average of 5 times a ... (More)
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