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    • 2/10/2012
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    • 20120120-1F686-2147471141
    Incident Description: The control circuit board in the door of my GE dishwasher caught fire while running. My model is not listed on any of the previous recalls. Model: GLD6760N00SS Serial Number: AM942608B
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    • 9/12/2012
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    • 20120810-973DF-2147464880
    Incident Description: I bought my home in Dec 2011, just recently my dishwasher caught on fire. My daughter and I thought something melted on it. There was no sign of any distress on any plates, glasses , etc. We never put plastic in it. On the bottom lid of the dishwasher where ... (More)
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    • 9/17/2012
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    • 20120814-C72FE-2147464739
    Incident Description: The dishwasher was in use when , it tripped the fuse in the fuse box, I had to go out and put on the fuse box, when I put the dish washer on again, it tripped the fuse and have therefore not been able to use the dish washer again. After research, I called the ... (More)
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    • 1/29/2015
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    • 20150105-DFFE9-1460596
    Incident Description: GE Dishwasher Model# GSD4060N2055;Serial# RR727 3998;motor part WD26X10034 started burning. It was December 11, 2014 approximately 11 PM I was awaken by thick smoke. Immediately, I turned the machine off and opened all outside windows and doors to remove ... (More)
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    • 2/13/2019
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    • 20181218-4017B-2147383703
    Incident Description: During a normal wash cycle, our dishwasher started smoking and burning. The entire first floor was filled with smoke in minutes. The smell was a burnt, electrical type smell.
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