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    • 12/22/2017
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    • 20171203-4B92A-2147394864
    Incident Description: We have had two GE LED light bulbs catch fire in the past two weeks. One sparked and put out smoke and the other sparked and then had a flame coming from the base.
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    • 10/26/2017
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    • 20170614-B6C56-1671242
    Incident Description: The submitter heard a loud pop noise and noticed that the ceiling light fixture had a blown out bulb. The submitter indicated that he installed the light bulb in the ceiling light fixture approximately a month ago. The submitter said the ceiling light fixture ... (More)
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    • 11/6/2015
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    • 20150918-6BBDF-2147428287
    Incident Description: Over the course of a few years we have had no less than three of the recalled hologen bulbs shatter and break while in use.
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    • 10/21/2015
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    • 20150928-1F90A-2147428008
    Incident Description: This halogen bulb was installed in an open style overhead fixture above my sink vanity. The fixture had been turned on for a few minutes. I had just stepped a few feet away from the sink when I heard a very loud pop and saw what turned out to be small chards ... (More)
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    • 1/29/2015
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    • 20141229-57D13-2147437238
    Incident Description: Hi, we purchased some GE 43W (60W replacement) light bulbs the other day from Walmart and placed them in a lamp that requires the 60w or less bulb. The lamp had been on maybe an hour and I turned it off. A few seconds after I turned it off, I heard a pop and ... (More)
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    • 8/10/2012
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    • 20120412-FE8BC-1243058
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that the bulb had burnt out earlier in the day, however, later that evening there was a red/orange glow in the ceramic part of the bulb. There were also fumes emitting from it. The bulb was removed from the lamp immediately. The consumer ... (More)
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