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    • 8/19/2013
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    • 20130728-6A019-2147453683
    Incident Description: I have a Thermador product with a melted circuit board that I am concerned could cause a fire if I continue to use it, and I have gotten nowhere with the company as far as acknowledging this risk and providing a remedy. Ultimately I would love if Thermador ... (More)
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    (8/15/2013) The ventilation blower in the seven year old vent system in this report experienced a shorted winding. The short circuit in the motor caused excess current to flow briefly until the traces on the control circuit board melted and opened the circuit. No hazard ... (More)
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    • 8/6/2012
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    • 20120604-12230-1251134
    Incident Description: The consumer says the control panel caught on fire. He says no one was home and the unit was not in use at the time of the incident. The consumer says the last time it was used was Saturday afternoon. The incident occurred later that night. He says the inside ... (More)
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    (8/6/2012) This report is a resubmission, with the consumer identified, of an anonymous 6(b) report submitted on 6/4/2012. The incident reported consisted of a burned out power supply in a stainless steel ventilation hood. The "burn marks" reported were discoloration of ... (More)
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