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    • 8/22/2014
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    • 20140731-9EF73-2147442404
    Incident Description: Last night our GE dehumidifier (model: AHM40LKG1, serial: FM112354) burned up. By the time I got to it, there were no flames, but it burned a hole in the back casing and melted a good bit of the insides. The dehumidifier was only about 6 or 7 years old.
    Business Comments:
    (8/12/2014) In January 2011, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and GD Midea Air Conditioning Equipment Ltd. (Midea) announced a voluntary recall of 198,000 GE and Professional Series Brand Dehumidifiers. (see CPSC Release #11-088). This consumer's unit is ... (More)
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    • 7/21/2011
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    • 20110617-FE879-2147478111
    Incident Description: We were using the dehumidifier in our basement. We had a hose hooked up to it for the water to drain so we didn't have to empty it. We noticed a hot burning smell for about 3 days and then it went away. At the time we couldn't figure out what it was. This ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (7/8/2011) In January 2011, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and GD Midea Air Conditioning Equipment Ltd. (Midea) announced a voluntary recall of 198,000 GE and Professional Series Brand Dehumidifiers. (see CPSC Release #11-088). This consumer's unit is ... (More)
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