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More Galaxy Note 7 fires reported as cryptic communications from Samsung complicate exchange process

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 situation continues to worsen, as two more replacement phones have lit on fire -- and communications from Samsung to afflicted customers trying to return their devices and the general public about the issue is compounding the problem.
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