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Two more Galaxy Note 7 replacements caught fire this week

Unfortunately, that replacement Galaxy Note 7 which caught fire wasn't just a one-off. There are now two more incidents of the ostensibly safer smartphone igniting and threatening the health of its users. To start, a teen in Farmington, Minnesota reports that her replacement Note 7 started burning up while it was in her hand on October 7th. She 'only' suffered a minor burn to her thumb, but tells KSTP that it could have been worse if it was in her pocket.
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