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    • 7/31/2013
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    • 20130625-283C3-2147454847
    Incident Description: We noticed smoke coming out of our GE Dishwasher model# GLD6800N00BB. There was also a strong odor that something was burning. We immediately opened the dishwasher; the smoke stopped. We opened the front panel and found the control panel and connectors ... (More)
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    • 12/21/2012
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    • 20121114-E625F-2147461958
    Incident Description: GE Dishwasher that was a part of the August recall. We had it repaired for the recall on August 22, and today it caught on fire, filled my house with black toxic smoke. Thank God we were at home with the dogs instead of at work. We disconnected the power and ... (More)
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