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Electric heating pad in th white color
Furniture, Furnishings & Decorations
Bedroom, Bedding & Bath
Electric Heating Pads (110)
CONAIR CORPORATION    
HP01RB
 
 
Walmart
Unspecified
5/11/2011
The consumer was using the heating pad on her feet in bed for 15 minutes when it began to smoke.

She immediately jumped up to unplug the heating pad from the wall outlet and threw it onto a tile floor in the bathroom. The consumer noticed that there were holes burned into heating pad in which she was able to see the flames contained inside.

She used a pillow to put the fire out The heating pad was used on top of the comforter and burned through cotton sheets and a king size mattress.

She contacted the firm on 2/20/2012 and they sent back and paid postage envelope for her to send back in the heating pad. She indicated that they also offered to send out a replacement electric pad. She declined and indicated that she would hold onto the heating pad.

The consumer indicated that she received a minor burn to the heel of her foot and she did not seek any medical attention.
2/18/2012
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Injury→Injury, No First Aid or Medical Attention Received
Self
Female
40 years
Yes
No
No
Yes
N/A

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