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    • 1/26/2012
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    • 20111225-A6AC4-2147472076
    Incident Description: Yesterday afternoon it was Christmas Eve and I'd just finished baking a fruit tart (on rack in oven at 325* for 40 minutes). I placed the 9" Anchor Hocking glass pie dish pie dish onto a cooling rack on the table to cool. About 15 minutes later as I stepped ... (More)
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    (1/9/2012) Anchor Hocking is proud that its products have been a safe and reliable part of American kitchens for generations. In fact, with annual production of glass bakeware in excess of 30 million pieces, Anchor Hocking has a failure rate of less than two-thousandths ... (More)
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    • 8/24/2011
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    • 20110715-56A27-1191722
    Incident Description: Consumer stated that out of the 4 years that she has had her high chair she has had 4 screws fall from the high chair at the bottom posing a potential fall hazard. The screws fell from the base and the adjustor, 2 from each position. The consumer's child has ... (More)
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    (8/24/2011) The consumer first reported to Evenflo and then to the CPSC that several screws had fallen out of her child’s four-year old Evenflo Expressions high chair. When Evenflo discussed the matter with the consumer in July 2011 to troubleshoot the problem, she could ... (More)
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