PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A Pittsburgh woman is suing Samsung.

Brittany Jones says she was charging her Galaxy S3 cellphone on Dec. 30 at her mother’s home on Chautauqua Street when the house caught fire.

She claims the phone was on a bed when it overheated and set the bed on fire. The blaze caused $10,000 in damage, but no one was injured.

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Detectives from the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police ruled the fire was caused by a malfunctioning battery after finding the damaged device along with a burnt charging cable on the bed.

There have been several reports of Samsung cellphones, including the Galaxy S3, overheating or exploding. Anyone who bought a Galaxy S3 and suffered damages because the device overheated could join the class-action suit if it proceeds.

Another class action lawsuit was filed in October in New Jersey over the Galaxy Note 7.

Jones is represented by Robert Peirce & Associates.

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