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Note 7: Samsung obtains hazardous materials permit for defective phones, CPSC investigating Southwest plane report

Details emerge of how Samsung will retrieve more than 100,000 potentially dangerous phones. Meanwhile, the U.S. authorities are investigating a reported fire involving a 'new' Note 7. With the Galaxy Note 7 recall progressing, and Samsung resuming sales in the U.S. and South Korea, we're starting to learn exactly how Samsung will get some of the unsold Note 7s in the U.S.
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