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    • 6/10/2015
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    • 20150511-B0886-2147433067
    Incident Description: This mother's day started with a boom. Literally. Around 3 a.m. [REDACTED] and I woke up to a strange noise to discover our Summer Infant baby monitor had exploded and was on fire on our floor and a stack of papers on the desk (where it had been sitting) was ... (More)
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    • 1/29/2015
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    • 20141230-C86A9-2147437158
    Incident Description: I bought a Samsung Galaxy 4s late spring or early summer of 2014. The phone started acting up the end of September 2014. I contacted Samsung who at no point indicated what my phone was doing was similar to what happened when the phones burn. I took it to the ... (More)
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