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New report outlines trends in home fires involving clothes dryers and washing machines

By nfpa@jiveon.com In recent years, the annual number of home fires involving clothes dryers and washing machines reported to U.S. fire departments has fluctuated from year to year, after falling in the early 1980s and then leveling off in the 1990s. This is according to a

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