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    • 9/30/2014
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    • 20140808-6CEB4-1422302
    Incident Description: The consumer noticed on 8/1/14 that the power cord had exposed copper wire. Consumer believes this poses a safety hazard. The copper poked through the insulation, where it meets the female connector. The consumer states 2 months after he purchased the unit ... (More)
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    (10/1/2014) We have taken this report and expression of dissatisfaction very seriously. We are very sorry this customer had a negative experience with one of our products, as we try hard to please consumers who have shown their trust by bringing our products into their ... (More)
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