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Is it time for all replacement Galaxy Note 7s to be shut down? - CNET

Technically Incorrect: A Kentucky customer says his Galaxy Note 7 caught fire in the middle of the night. He also claims he saw a text not meant for him that doesn't show the company in a good light.
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