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    • 1/1/2020
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    • 20191119-FC9C6-2147376482
    Incident Description: The Frigidaire Range Hood model #FHWC3040MSB has pop buttons to operate the fan and the light. After about 6-8 months of use, the buttons will pop out of their slots and may cause injury as they become projectiles aiming at a person's head. Numerous ... (More)
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    • 11/18/2019
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    • 20190912-D3EF2-1902437
    Incident Description: (09/12/2019) The red light was on indicated that the buck was full. The compressor was still running but the fan was not. The consumer stated that the dehumidifier was very warm. The consumer pushed the on/off button on the product but it would not go off ... (More)
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    • 11/5/2019
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    • 20191014-18CE8-2147377168
    Incident Description: My gas dryer will not ignite and will allow raw natural gas to enter my home, the safety system to prevent this seems to not be working.
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    • 8/23/2019
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    • 20190725-91D88-2147379684
    Incident Description: We are a municipal fire department. We encountered a structure fire (private home) this past month that our fire investigators have determined was caused by a defective dehumidifier. The unit became completely involved in fire and spread to other items in the ... (More)
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    • 8/14/2019
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    • 20190724-6E861-2147379714
    Incident Description: Our Frigidaire dryer caught fire on August 9 2017 despite rigorous, regular cleaning of the lint trap. It appears that lint accumulated underneath the drum of the machine where we could neither see nor remove it. Some online research suggested this is a ... (More)
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