Thursday, September 08, 2016

Galaxy Note 7 Exploded and Set Jeep on Fire

Samsung has delayed  Galaxy Note 7 sale and also started Re calling Galaxy Note 7 due to battery issue now Galaxy Note 7 Exploded and Set His Jeep on Fire




 Nathan Dornacher after Galaxy Note 7, which is connected vehicles and charging his Jeep Grand Cherokee total explosion occurred, resulting in a jeep ignite flames. Dornacher Nathan and his wife went to a sales over LOBOR Day weekend.

This is only the day before, when a similar explosion caused more than $ 1,300 worth damage to the hotel room in Australia – Land Down Under was first reported in the

event also coincided with the US Federal aviation Administration (FAA) is considering when American Airlines Galaxy Note 7 device completely prohibited. With Samsung’s eligibility to recall all sold 2.5 million devices, it seems that the FAA believes that it can not take the risk of a defective equipment onboard aircraft. If Samsung has actually invoked by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the ban on all US airlines would have instant recall, but although this did not happen, it seems that the FAA is still prudent to consider the name of the ban.



On Facebook, Dornacher posted his own account of the incident, as well as a number of photos documenting the damage:

Not the barbecue I wanted on my day off. We go to a garage sale to grab a desk for Bonnie get back to the house unload the car leave it running AC on to keep the car cool we were planning on grabbing the dog and Bonnie and heading to Petco, I head back out to the car to grab my phone which was on the charger (me and Lydia always fight over the house charger) go to open the door and see flames inside... open the door and it’s engulfed run inside to get extinguisher and of course not to be found yell at Lydia to call Fire Department and well here is the end result....
Samsung told FOX 13 that it was “aware of the incident,” and that it was “working with Mr. Dornacher to investigate his case and ensure we do everything we can for him.”

On Facebook, Dornacher noted that while he wasn’t positive yet the phone caused the fire, “all signs are pointing that way.” He also complained that Samsung hadn’t been much help, writing in a comment on September 6, “Samsung has blown me off after over a hour on the phone this morning. Never called back as promised. Guess it is time to get a lawyer. You had your chance.”

Samsung recalled the smartphones in 10 countries last week, after 35 instances of Note 7s catching fire or exploding were confirmed.

Meanwhile, Samsung said customers who already bought Note 7s could swap them for new smartphones in about two weeks

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