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    • 11/7/2013
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    • 20131009-BCF6E-2147451067
    Incident Description: Our dehumidifier was making a rattling noise, then started smoking and within seconds burst into flames.
    Business Comments:
    (7/17/2014) I contacted the customer on 07/16/2014 to follow up with them and make sure that they have registered their product with the recall center and provided them with the incident details.
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    • 8/28/2013
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    • 20130806-3A2AB-2147453345
    Incident Description: Commercial grade dehumidifier being utilized in crawl space went on fire and caused extensive damage to my home. A google search indicates that this unit has caused a number of fires in the past and was taken off the market on July 1st.
    Business Comments:
    (10/18/2013) This unit may be a part of the GREE dehumidifier recall. Since customer asked for their contact details to be private, I cannot contact customer with recall instructions. The customer should stop using their unit and visit www.greedehumidifierrecall.com ... (More)
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