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    • 4/21/2017
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    • 20170321-C3A4D-2147405030
    Incident Description: Item of complaint is a Ryobi 40 volt lithium powered chain saw, ID # EU14200D070028 (approximately 2+ years old) AND battery ID# EU16205N950422 (3 months old) began smelling of what I associate with an electrical fire/overheat. The tool was not in use and ... (More)
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    (5/11/2017) Thank you for the report regarding a Ryobi 40V Battery and Chainsaw. One World Technologies, Inc. takes reports of potential product safety matters seriously. We are investigating the report based on the information provided. In the event the consumer or the ... (More)
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    • 3/23/2017
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    • 20170201-8FC20-2147407450
    Incident Description: Our home caught on fire, it started in the garage. Independent fire inspector, representative from Ryobi and a forensic team came and took samples. It has been determined that the charger exploded and all the batteries exploding also was the cause of the ... (More)
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    (3/3/2017) Thank you for the report regarding a Ryobi 6 Port Charger. One World Technologies, Inc. takes reports of potential product safety matters seriously. We are investigating the report based on the information provided. In the event the consumer or the CPSC ... (More)
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