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    • 3/13/2013
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    • 20121129-47FBF-1287036
    Incident Description: Consumer stated she plugged in the heater at night. Just to warm up the room and it was on for about 15-20 minutes. When she came back in the room she smelled something burning. So she turned off the heater with the remote and went to unplug it, but the cord ... (More)
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    (3/7/2013) Customer reported overheating within outlet due to poor connectivity. Unit was returned for evaluation which confirmed failed wall outlet.
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