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    • 1/11/2017
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    • 20161216-891FC-2147409280
    Incident Description: Used food processor to chop some food with the metal blade. When completed, opened the cover and found metal bits in the chopped food from the metal blade.
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    • 1/6/2017
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    • 20161213-E0208-2147409615
    Incident Description: Report is for a Cuisinart Food Processor. Model number DLC-2007N. On the day of the incident a metal shard from the food processor blade was found in the processed food. The shard had broken off around a rivet on the underside of the blade. Upon further ... (More)
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    • 4/14/2015
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    • 20150323-53FD9-2147434304
    Incident Description: Cuisinart Food Processor blade has a manufacturer defect. While chopping some salmon the stainless steel blade broke and a small piece of the blade ended inside my food. This is the second blade that broke, same place, next to the screws under it. Also sign ... (More)
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