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    • 10/24/2011
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    • 20110928-7EE5F-2147474852
    Incident Description: CFL bulb went out, then began smoking and then caught fire. Longstar is the brand name, distributed through KU energy program. Other information on the bulb's base includes: FE-IIS-18W (E), 120 V 2700K 60 hz 330mA, 1-866-535-5656, and E217916 535J.
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