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    • 9/24/2013
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    • 20130901-11303-2147452490
    Incident Description: Last night around 2am, I came down to get milk for my 13 month old and found the refrigerator smoking. My husband and I quickly unplugged it and moved it outside. A part on the inside of the fridge caught on fire and melted it. The door was stuck as one of ... (More)
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    • 8/2/2013
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    • 20130711-CE924-2147454261
    Incident Description: GE dishwasher model PDW9280N00SS overheated while we were out of the house. Upon our return the kitchen was filled with smoke. Apparently the heater element failed to shut off, melting the dishwasher's lower wash arm onto the heater element. Enough heat was ... (More)
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    • 10/10/2012
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    • 20120917-A06FB-2147463684
    Incident Description: My GE dishwasher currently has a voluntary recall in place as of August 2012. Among the solutions was the option for GE to have an installer replace the heating element to prevent house fires. Sounded like an awesome idea to me, and we did it. Service work ... (More)
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