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Samsung's exploding smartphone nightmare just managed to get even worse: 'I can try and slow him down if we think it will matter'

Kentucky resident Michael Klering tells local CBS affiliate WKYT that his Galaxy Note 7 smartphone spontaneously combusted last Tuesday, even though it was a replacement phone that Samsung issued in the wake of its infamous global recall. Tuesday was also the day that a smoking Galaxy Note 7, also a replacement phone, caused the evacuation of a Southwest Airlines flight.
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