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Father-of-one left in shock after brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 bursts into flames and torches his family car/dailymail

Father-of-one left in shock after brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 bursts into flames and torches his family car

Father-of-one left in shock after brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 bursts into flames and torches his family car
Father-of-one left in shock after brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 bursts into flames and torches his family car
A Florida father has been left devastated after his brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 burst into flames and torched his family car.Nathan Dornacher, from St Petersburg, Florida, said he was charging the phone inside his custom Jeep Grand Cherokee when it caught fire, burning both to a crisp.Samsung have issued a worldwide recall for the Note7, saying problems with the battery can cause it to explode or catch fire.

Don’t bring a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on a plane

Don’t bring a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on a plane
Don't bring a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on a plane
Samsung’s nightmare just keeps getting worse, as reports continue to spread that some Galaxy Note 7 smartphones are equipped with batteries that might explode.Now, the Federal Aviation Administration is ‘strongly advising’ that passengers not turn on or charge their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones onboard any aircraft, amid concerns that they might explode.Here’s the FAA’s full advisory:In light of recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung about its Galaxy Note 7 devices, the Federal Aviation Administration strongly advises passengers not to turn on or charge these devices on board aircraft and not to stow them in any checked baggage.

FAA Urges Passengers to Not Use Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on Planes

FAA Urges Passengers to Not Use Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on Planes
FAA Urges Passengers to Not Use Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on Planes
ENLARGE A Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.Photo: Bloomberg NewsU.S. air-safety regulators have taken the unusual step of singling out Samsung Electronics Co.’s Galaxy Note 7 smartphone as a potential airborne fire hazard, urging passengers to avoid using the devices entirely on board airliners.In a brief but strongly worded statement released late Thursday, the Federal Aviation Administration said that “in light of recent incidents and concerns” involving the smartphones, the agency “strongly advises passengers not to turn on or charge these devices” on planes and “not to stow them in any checked baggage.”Identifying a specific brand or model as a potential hazard is a highly unusual move for the FAA, though agency officials previously issued warnings about the overall dangers of checking any kind of cellphones, other battery-powered electronic devices or spare batteries in the holds of airliners.

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