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    • 2/13/2017
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    • 20170111-DE3FD-2147408253
    Incident Description: Was using a Lasko space heater, model CC23155 (from CostCo) in my kitchen/family room area when I noticed a small amount of smoke in the air. I couldn't determine exactly where it was coming from but I immediately turned off the heater and unplugged it. The ... (More)
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    • 5/10/2016
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    • 20160418-F9FEF-2147420118
    Incident Description: Heater was used in bathroom. When it was turned on smoke came out of plug and receptacle. Fuse blew. Receptacle was all black.
    Business Comments:
    (5/6/2016) Jarden Consumer Solutions encourages consumers with any concerns about our products to contact us directly (if they have not already done so) at jardencs.com (http://www.jardencs.com/ContactUs.aspx) where consumers will find brand specific contact ... (More)
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    • 3/3/2015
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    • 20150204-FB33F-2147435759
    Incident Description: We noticed a smokey smell from the heater and the thermostat appeared to no longer close to turn on the heating elements. When I opened the control panel I found that the thermostat and its supply wire were charred.
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    • 1/16/2014
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    • 20131223-75E79-2147448837
    Incident Description: Consumer contacted fire department representative and advised that portable heating device labeled Sunbeam model SQH310 had been removed from box and plugged in for approx. 45 minutes when it began to smell hot. A closer inspection revealed that the plug had ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (1/3/2014) Jarden Consumer Solutions encourages consumers with any concerns about our products to contact us directly (if they have not already done so) at jardencs.com (http://www.jardencs.com/ContactUs.aspx) where consumers will find brand specific contact ... (More)
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    • 12/31/2013
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    • 20131206-2578F-2147449275
    Incident Description: Lasko tower heater model 5397 plug overheats at outlet. Cord also over heats at base of tower. Does this in all outlets including outlets with breakers. Heater gives off noxious smell that causes coughing and sore throat. Concerned fumes are toxic.
    Business Comments:
    (1/22/2014) Sent customer prepaid label to return unit for inspection. Customer declined to return unit. Customer likely describing resistance heating within receptacle due to poor connectivity within receptacles.
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    • 9/13/2012
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    • 20120815-4ACAC-2147464706
    Incident Description: We were given the electric heater for Christmas 2006. Today, my wife smelled a strong burning plastic smell! She found the electric heater with a big hole burned in the top plastic housing with flames shooting out higher than the toilet seat. If she had not ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (9/7/2012) Jarden Consumer Solutions encourages consumers with any concerns about our products to contact us directly (if they have not already done so) at jardencs.com (http://www.jardencs.com/ContactUs.aspx) where consumers will find brand specific contact ... (More)
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    • 3/16/2012
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    • 20120224-BD076-2147469860
    Incident Description: Our Honeywell space heater (Kaz Inc. - Model HZ3750BP-TGT 1500watt) was plugged into the wall outlet but not turned on. There was an orange flash with smoke. I determined the the heater cord must have shorted at the entrance point to the heater. There was ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (3/15/2012) Kaz acknowledges receipt of the submission. We are in the process of investigating the allegations made in the submission.
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