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susan tuck said:
http://www.newsday.com/features/consumer/ny-lspets5062383jan22,0,2891784.story?page=1
Oh, no........... :cry:

NEVER leave a shredder plugged in, is my take. Never.... no matter where it is or what kind of finger-guard it has.

Mine just got unplugged, even though it has a big guard. I looked at it and saw that it would be pretty easy for an animal to bypass the guard with a tongue underneath it.

I think that "auto" setting is a bad thing anyway.

Thank you, Sue.
 

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I called my bf last night after I saw it because he allows a few large dogs in his office. They are blocking the dogs from coming close enough to the shredders after this news article.
 
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