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    • 4/15/2011
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    • 20110314-372EB-2147481461
    Incident Description: When my daughter's hair dryer stopped working, she gave it to me to fix. When I plugged it in, it shot sparks out of the joint where the cord enters the handle of the dryer. One spark caused a small burn on my index finger, which later blistered.
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    (4/6/2011) Helen of Troy acknowledges receipt of the report relating to a Helen of Troy hair dryer sold under the Revlon name. Revlon licenses Helen of Troy to use the Revlon trademark on its appliances. Revlon's license agreement requires that Helen of Troy design and ... (More)
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    • 1/29/2015
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    • 20150106-CD0FE-2147436918
    Incident Description: My wife purchased this hair dryer approx one year prior to incident. Hair dryer is cleaned of lint and hair daily while it was in use. On 1/6/2015 my wife was using hair dryer when it sounded like it was losing power, when she lowered the hair dryer to see ... (More)
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    (1/16/2015) Revlon licenses Helen of Troy to use the Revlon trademark on its appliances. Revlon's license agreement requires that Helen of Troy design and manufacture the licensed products in accordance with applicable safety and quality standards of the industry, comply ... (More)
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