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    • 5/20/2019
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    • 20190414-04912-2147381605
    Incident Description: On April 7, 2019, a fire broke out in my basement. I usually have my dehumidifier plugged in and running to keep the basement humidity down. There was lots of smoke damage throughout the building. One of the tenants was home and she called the fire ... (More)
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    • 3/15/2018
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    • 20171025-F30D7-2147396465
    Incident Description: Dehumidifier tarted making an unusual noise. Overheated and scorched the plastic housing. Housing is melted and scorched. Had it not been discovered, it would have a fire hazard.
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    • 5/8/2017
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    • 20170416-91A14-2147404321
    Incident Description: Soleusair dehumidifier tripped the GFI 3 times in our basement so it was taken outside and plugged into our shop. There it tripped the breaker. I unplugged it and brought it outside to try taking it apart. Within seconds it was smoking then burst into ... (More)
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