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Forget Galaxy Note 7 Explosions, Samsung Is Back With Another Terror

Before you do another load of laundry, contact Samsung. 

Forget Galaxy Note 7 Explosions, Samsung Is Back With Another Terror
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After the world was hit by the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco: exploding Galaxy Note 7 phones, Samsung has decided to call out for 2.8 million top-loading washing machines. They may impact injuries all around the world. The company has already lost a lot of reputation during the botched Galaxy Note 7 recall, and this time things are getting serious. 

The Consumer Product Safety Commission said that the tops could detach during use. The company has already received more than 700 reports of incidents and nine reports of injuries including a broken jaw. 

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CPSC Chairman Elliot Kaye said...

CPSC Chairman Elliot Kaye said...

"These top loading machines carry with them a threat if used on a high spin cycle. They may break off."

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The company has already faced a lot of lawsuits for the problem. 

The company has already faced a lot of lawsuits for the problem. 
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Imagine your top loading machine breaking down to bits on a spin, just like this one. 

Imagine your top loading machine breaking down to bits on a spin, just like this one. 
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Ain't it scary? 

The dislodged machines and damaged washers are creating a big buzz. 

The dislodged machines and damaged washers are creating a big buzz. 
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And we can see pictures whirling on the web. 

The consumers have filed cases against the company for constructing faulty machines. 

The consumers have filed cases against the company for constructing faulty machines. 
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All that we knew until now was about the Galaxy Note 7 explosion. 

All that we knew until now was about the Galaxy Note 7 explosion. 
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But this is huge. 

But this is huge. 
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We guess, Samsung should switch from their "tangle-free" claim to an "injury free" user experience. 

We guess, Samsung should switch from their
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