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    • 3/29/2018
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    • 20171106-5ECB1-2147395793
    Incident Description: The electric pressure cooker seemingly blew out its seal and spewed boiling liquid and food onto the ceiling, cabinets, appliances and floor of the kitchen and the furniture and floor of an adjacent room (I measured the furthest point of splatter at 13 ... (More)
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    • 8/25/2017
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    • 20170803-E0C41-1684322
    Incident Description: I was saute/cooking in the pressure cooker. It was not pressurized. It was open as I was not finish adding product. Suddenly I heard a whoosh sound. Then the base was glowing. Next fire began to blow out of the plug port. I unplugged it and it went out.
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    (8/18/2017) Thank you for the information, we take every claim serious and would like to get in contact with the customer to see what happened. We will attempt to contact the customer, please also feel free to contact me with and questions or concerns. Karina ... (More)
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    • 10/25/2016
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    • 20160923-6969D-2147413779
    Incident Description: Our client was cooking when her pressure cooker exploded. She was covered in steaming hot water and suffered gruesome burns over her arms, stomach and breasts.
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    (10/6/2016) We would like to submit a response in follow up to claim 20160923-6969D-2147413779. In the report the customer claimed the unit exploded during the cooking process and got "steaming hot water" on their client. The design of the unit would make it impossible ... (More)
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    • 3/28/2016
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    • 20160304-7AF3C-2147421181
    Incident Description: I TURNED ON MY ELITE PLATINUM ELECTRIC PRESSURE COOKER AND 5 MINUTES LATER IT CAUGHT ON FIRE BURNING IT AND MY STOVE THAT IT WAS SITTING ON. THE FIRE DEPARTMENT RESPONDED, MY HOUSE WAS FULL OF BLACK SMOKE FROM THE MELTING PLASTIC. AFTER IT WAS PUT OUT WE ... (More)
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    • 8/18/2014
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    • 20140726-B5D17-2147442529
    Incident Description: I purchased an Elite 8 Quart Pressure Cooker in May, 2014. On June 12, 2014, I was cooking white chili in my pressure cooker. I had cooked the chicken and onions until tender. I expelled the pressure in the cooker. After it was safe to open the cooker, I ... (More)
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