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    • 3/22/2019
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    • 20190105-A4662-2147383400
    Incident Description: Love this little iron for my sewing and crafting projects, BUT this iron gets way too hot...it could have burned the house down. It was accidentally left on for several hours and managed to burn through the cord, the cutting mat, and the wooden cutting table! ... (More)
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    (3/12/2019) As the manufacture we take all safety claims very seriously and want to assure you that we are looking into your concerns about the stand and the pro’s and cons of an auto shut off. We have two locations on the iron explaining the importance of safety and ... (More)
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    • 10/6/2011
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    • 20110808-1CFD3-1195714
    Incident Description: Consumer stated that the circular rim of the helping magnifier he purchased is very sharp. The consumer has bought 3 of these products from the retailer. The consumer's daughter cut her right index finger when she tried to remove the protective plastic from ... (More)
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