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    • 7/21/2016
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    • 20160621-D4FAD-2147417606
    Incident Description: Product is a Sylvania compact fluorescent lightbulb, 13W 60 Hz CFL13EL/MINITWIST 3000K. Bulb was installed in a bathroom light fixture for years with no issues. On morning of 6/21/2016 bulb began to flicker, then filled entire room with acrid vapor or smoke, ... (More)
    Product: Light Bulbs (627)
    Product Description: Sylvania 13W 60 Hz 120V 175mA CF13EL/MINITWIST 3000K compact fluorescent lightbulb
    Injury Info: Injury, Emergency Department Treatment Received
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc.
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    • 9/4/2015
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    • 20150812-26DD3-2147429392
    Incident Description: I had a OSRAM 8.5W LED Bulb in a bathroom fixture. Last night while the light bulb was on the bulb exploded. The Bulb Popped and ejected from the fixture with some force. The bulb and heat sink separated from the metal contact. A large amount of smoke was ... (More)
    Product: Light Bulbs (627)
    Product Description: OSRAM 8.5 W LED A19 2 bulb E28 2700K 800 Lumens LED LAMP E327386
    Injury Info: Incident, No Injury
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc.
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    • 5/27/2011
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    • 20110506-DECF4-2147479448
    Incident Description: Sylvania Ultra LED 8 W PAR20 bulb buzzed and smoked, burned a hole through the tip of the base. The lamp started to separate from the base due to heat or pressure. See also http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kp1_UJLExxM, not from us.
    Product: Light Bulbs (627)
    Product Description: Sylvania Ultra LED 8 W PAR20 light bulb
    Injury Info: Incident, No Injury
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc.
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    (6/10/2011) This failure can occur in any lamp constructed with an Edison screw base (incandescent, compact fluorescent, LED, or halogen). The failure is caused by a short circuit between the center contact of the fixture socket and the base shell. Something conductive ... (More)
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