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South Korea investigates ignitions Samsung Galaxy Note 7

The South Korean government began its own investigation to find the causes of ignitions phones Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which led the company to suspend sales and production end terminals earlier this week.

The Testing Laboratory Korea (KTL, of ALARA), a state agency, are they working with five aircraft affected in China provided by Samsung Electronics since Thursday, said Sunday industry sources to Yonhap news agency.

KTL not be limited to inspecting the batteries, which the company identified as the source of ignitions, and use technologies such as X-rays and CT scans to find the exact cause of the problem, said the sources.

"We have provided the phone to KTL and cooperate with their investigation, but we can not sit and wait for their results," said the agency a spokesman for Samsung, which has been conducting its own investigation since dozens of cases of combustions were reported earlier of September.

The spokesman said the company has been "mobilizing all possible resources to find the exact cause of the problem as soon as possible" and that even shuffles try terminals collected by the Commission for the Safety of Consumer Product (CPSC, for their acronym in English) of the United States.

Local analysts believe that finding the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 is crucial for the South Korean automaker facing regain consumer confidence before starting the sale of its new model, the Galaxy S8, next year.

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