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    • 6/26/2012
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    • 20120605-F6552-2147466924
    Incident Description: I was standing in my kitchen when I heard a kind of popping noise and began to smell smoke like an electrical fire. I called my husband and we began to unplug and check outlets and appliances in the kitchen. We finally noticed smoke coming from the ... (More)
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    (6/12/2012) Sears Holdings takes product safety issues very seriously. We investigate each CPSC database incident report. We encourage our customers to provide additional information about incidents to our Customer Care Network, by calling 800-549-4505.
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