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    • 1/7/2013
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    • 20121202-1F287-2147461397
    Incident Description: GE Microwave Model #JES1290SK0. Put a bag of microwave popcorn into microwave. After about 15 seconds, part of the microwave over arched and caught on fire. I turned off the unit and unplugged it. After further investigation, I found the cover over the ... (More)
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    • 4/8/2013
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    • 20130310-17D4F-2147457992
    Incident Description: I was cooking a casserole at 400 degrees, when I opened the oven door to take it out the inside glass on the oven door, shattered & broke.
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    • 4/12/2013
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    • 20130314-AADAF-2147457848
    Incident Description: My GE kitchen gas cook stove oven did not shut off when I turned the oven control knob off this morning. In addition it had heated up to an unsafe temp. Smoke was beginning to appear from the back. The oven control was set at 325degrees when was heating up ... (More)
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    • 6/13/2012
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    • 20120515-7F423-2147467595
    Incident Description: My two-year-old lit our gas kitchen stove. I was only 2 feet away making lunch when he pushed the knob in and turned it. I don't know how long the gas was on until he turned it far enough for the pilot light to click and light it. There were paper food boxes ... (More)
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    • 2/22/2018
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    • 20180120-1FED8-2147393533
    Incident Description: My brand new GE oven smells like toxic chemicals when I use the oven. It makes my entire apartment stink with chemicals. Does not feel safe to cook with. I leave the windows open as to not be poisoned by the toxic smell.
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