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    • 7/28/2016
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    • 20160706-B79CB-2147417221
    Incident Description: faulty fuel ignition/disbursement design. there is no 'Warning" on the BIC mini lighters to indicate the inconsistent, and dangerously high flame when they are new; there either needs to be a 'regulator' for the amount/flame size OR, they should make the mini ... (More)
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    (7/22/2016) Your report through the Consumer Product Safety Commission SaferProducts.gov database has been forwarded to us for comment. As you know, we have also received your emails regarding this matter. As explained in our correspondence to you, in order to better ... (More)
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