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    • 7/27/2018
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    • 20180504-0D401-2147388180
    Incident Description: When using my Soleus 70-pint dehumidifier I noticed that it smelled like something was burning. It was hot to the touch and smoking. My hand was burned when I made contact with the back of the unit near the compressor. I shut it off immediately and unplugged ... (More)
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    • 6/24/2015
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    • 20150602-D6344-2147432409
    Incident Description: A Soleus Air dehumidifier overheated causing the plastic bottom of the unit to deform and discolor the carpet in my basement (I will try to attach pictures). I was very lucky that I went to check the water collection bucket or the dehumidifier could have ... (More)
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    (6/12/2015) Gree Electric Appliances, Inc. of Zhuhai (“Gree”) takes all reports of dehumidifier incidents very seriously and encourages all consumers to comply with the terms of the recall notice available at ... (More)
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