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    • 2/20/2013
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    • 20130119-8CC14-2147459710
    Incident Description: LG REFRIGERATOR LFX25960ST...NOTICED BURNING SMELL OPENED REFRIGERATOR TO FIND METAL CASING BURNT , SOCKETS...TEMPERATURE HOT , LOST ALL FOOD..FIRE CONDITION... READ THIS HAS BEEN A PROBLEM SINCE 2008.....VERY LUCKY MY HOME DIDNT BURN DOWN..WHY HAS A RECALL ... (More)
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    (2/13/2013) LG manufactures this refrigerator to meet or exceed all relevant standards including UL250. LG’s state of the art quality system meets the LG(61)-F0-4047 quality standard. Our process not only rigorously tests to insure the quality of product leaving our ... (More)
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    • 12/8/2011
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    • 20111103-E9520-1212955
    Incident Description: Caller came home from Church 11/2/2011 around 8pm to celebrate her daughter's birthday, smelled something burning, decided it may be from someone burning leaves or rubbish outside. Around 9:00pm caller's husband went to the refrigerator to put something away ... (More)
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    (11/29/2011) LG manufactures this refrigerator to meet or exceed all relevant standards including UL250. LG’s state of the art quality system meets the LG(61)-F0-4047 quality standard. Our process not only rigorously tests to insure the quality of product leaving our ... (More)
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