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    • 8/25/2015
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    • 20150803-9448B-2147429709
    Incident Description: I bought this leaf blower to blow the leaves and cobwebs from my tiny townhouse patio. After a half dozen uses it began to get very, very hot when I'd use it. I knew something was wrong but it was designed in a way not to be taken apart. A use or two later, ... (More)
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    • 8/20/2015
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    • 20150729-9770B-2147429817
    Incident Description: After using the product for a brief time, I smelled burning plastic. I immediately turned off the blower and could tell the odor was coming from inside the engine compartment. I let it cool down and put it away. The following week I used it again. I again ... (More)
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