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    • 11/18/2019
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    • 20190912-D3EF2-1902437
    Incident Description: (09/12/2019) The red light was on indicated that the buck was full. The compressor was still running but the fan was not. The consumer stated that the dehumidifier was very warm. The consumer pushed the on/off button on the product but it would not go off ... (More)
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    • 5/31/2016
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    • 20160506-1880B-2147419721
    Incident Description: The dehumidifier was operating normally in our basement but began to emit an odor normally associated with an electrical fire. We unplugged the unit immediately and placed it outside in our driveway. Unit sold under Frigidaire name. Unit purchased from ... (More)
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    • 10/22/2015
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    • 20150921-78C88-2147428186
    Incident Description: The unit was being used in our basement when I noticed a burning smell. I investigated the small and found that the smoke was pouring out of the dehumidifer. Luckily I was able to unplug the unit and take it our of the house (where it currently sits).
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    • 8/7/2015
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    • 20150716-A441E-1498126
    Incident Description: The product was plugged in and being used in a residential basement. The product caught fire and caused fire and smoke damage to the dwelling. There were no injuries. The basement had fire and smoke damage. The 1st and 2nd floors had smoke damage. The ... (More)
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    • 12/22/2014
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    • 20141129-F9146-2147438405
    Incident Description: Dehumidifier overheated and tripped circuit breaker.
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    • 11/10/2014
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    • 20141014-9895A-2147440088
    Incident Description: smoke and fire
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    • 11/15/2013
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    • 20130915-E1176-2147451908
    Incident Description: I bought a Frigidaire FDF70S1 Dehumidifier in July 2009. Last month, it tripped the circuit breaker in the circuit it was plugged into. I reset the breaker and plugged the dehumidifier into a GFI outlet and turned it on, after a few seconds, it tripped the ... (More)
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