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    • 3/15/2012
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    • 20120214-E5CCB-2147470203
    Incident Description: On August 23, 2006, I was residing at [REDACTED] Apartments. General Electric Appliances including Microwave Oven Combo, were standard amenities in the apartment units. On the above date, I experienced a fire in the Microwave Oven in my unit. The District of ... (More)
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    • 7/17/2015
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    • 20150624-6A32E-2147430817
    Incident Description: GE JES1142SPSS 1.1 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel Countertop Microwave Bought in Jan 2014, built in July 2013. Unit emitted burning plastic smell during operation; a noise then followed, before my wife was able to turn unit off. As off key failed to turn off unit, ... (More)
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    • 8/31/2015
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    • 20150809-39962-2147429507
    Incident Description: We are in a brand new apartment building with a GE freezer/refrigerator. We are the first people who have lived in this unit. Twice the red coils behind the vents in the freezer have glowed so red hot that they began melting the ice. It seems to happen when ... (More)
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