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Earlier this month an elderly woman was treated by paramedics after one of the bags was believed to have been overheated in a microwave in Birkenhead.
o] remains high; these stretches are named continuously overheated intervals (COI).
I won't let him continue and risk becoming overheated.
The move comes after three incidents in the UK over the past few months in which the phones overheated while being charged up.
The reason for the SOUM is that a few soldiers suffered smoke inhalation when the heater assembly, P/N 9454066, NSN 4520-01-494-3852, of a FDECU overheated and their tent filled with smoke.
A seafront chippy went up in flames after kitchen machinery overheated.
THREE children died in a blaze started by an overheated tumble-dryer.
China overheated in 1993, causing inflation that lasted until the Asian economic crisis of 1997.
of Commerce, CA, which has had one report of a mechanism that overheated and caused "visual fire damage" to the entertainment center.
You didn't mention what fumes were given off by the overheated coating, but I was told at the time that it was similar to mustard gas.
Three months and 2,000 miles later, the Corsa overheated, warping the cylinder head and ruining the engine.
The only thing truly toxic in this story is EWG's overheated rhetoric which is designed to generate headlines and create public anxiety.
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