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    • 6/23/2017
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    • 20170601-213BF-2147400028
    Incident Description: My wife was cooking dinner using Tristar power pressure cooker xl. The product indicated it was done and all directions were followed to release pressure. While releasing cover the contents exploded all over leaving my wife with second and third degree burns ... (More)
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    • 8/31/2016
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    • 20160809-7818A-2147415228
    Incident Description: Went to open pressure cooker. Turned the valve to release the pressure and it did not release. Attempted to repeat this step with no change. Went to turn the lid and open the cooker. Pressure cooker contents burst and burned me.
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