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    • 2/20/2020
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    • 20200102-5D3EE-1934518
    Incident Description: The light was in use for approximately 2 hours, when part of the glass bulb separated from the kitchen, pendant ceiling light fixture. The consumer heard a noise and went to check on it. Part of the light bulb’s glass separated, shot down on the counter and ... (More)
    Product: Light Bulbs (627)
    Product Description: LED Lightbulb (800 lumins)
    Injury Info: Incident, No Injury
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc.
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    • 5/10/2011
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    • 20110418-CFA9E-2147480042
    Incident Description: A compact fluorescent made by Sylvania started to put off a burning smell. Upon closer look it was determined that the bulb was melting where the fluorescent tube enters the plastic base.
    Product: Light Bulbs (627)
    Product Description: Sylvania Compact Fluorescent 40W bulb
    Injury Info: Incident, No Injury
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc.
    Business Comments:
    (6/10/2011) Screw-based compact fluorescent lamps have become a popular alternative to incandescent lamps due to increased efficiency and reduced operating costs. The industry realizes that some customers are concerned regarding the manner in how a small number of ... (More)
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