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CPSC issues recall of dehumidifiers

UNDATED (WDAM) - More than three million dehumidifiers are being recalled in the U.S. due to fire concerns, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said.

The recall involves dehumidifiers made by GD Midea and sold under more than 50 different brand names, including GE, Honeywell and Sunbeam.   GD Midea has received dozens reports of smoke and fire incidents and millions of dollars in property damage.   No injuries have been reported.

Visit www.midea.com/us/ or call 1-800-600-3055 for more details on the recall.

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