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    • 6/13/2011
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    • 20110508-64268-2147479419
    Incident Description: Eureka Upright Boss Vacuum Cleaner model number 4870 GZ switch stopped working properly. Vacuum would turn on and then it would not turn off. When I took the cover off to see if a wire came loose, I noticed that the wire and plastic surrounding the wire was ... (More)
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    • 5/11/2011
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    • 20110419-74D9E-2147479997
    Incident Description: After running this handheld vacuum for about 1 minute, it gets excessively hot. If you're using the shoulder strap that comes with it, the hot vacuum against your side can burn.
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