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    • 1/28/2013
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    • 20121222-6FB55-2147460763
    Incident Description: My GE Profile microwave turns on by itself and cannot be turned off unless unplugged. The model number is PVM1870SM3SS. It was manufactured on 3/2011 and purchased on 6/11/2011.
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    • 11/6/2014
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    • 20140813-66529-1422701
    Incident Description: Caller stated that it was reported to him that the dishwasher caught fire. He was not present at the time so did not have much detail of what led up to the incident. He feels that the heating coil overheated which caused the electrical components to melt. The ... (More)
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    • 9/30/2016
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    • 20160824-96096-1589838
    Incident Description: (08/24/2016) The consumer stated that he tried to turn the gas on to light the front left burner but nothing happened. He noticed that the igniters on all of the other burners came on at the same time. He heard a loud boom. The glass top of the range exploded ... (More)
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    • 11/16/2017
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    • 20171024-0AD9D-1707315
    Incident Description: I got an electric shock when I touched the front edge of the range. I found that an electrical connector (1/4" pushon spade connector) to one of the heating elements had deteriorated after a long time of overheating and the connector disintegrated. A small ... (More)
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    • 2/25/2019
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    • 20181226-2AD2D-2147383576
    Incident Description: I had cooked chicken at 325 degrees for 30 min. I took the chicken out and then raised the oven temp to 425 degrees to cook my next dish. After the buzzer went off indicated it had reached the proper temperature, I opened the oven to put in the dish and the ... (More)
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