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    • 4/29/2014
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    • 20140407-AA83D-2147445638
    Incident Description: Sylvania SuperSaver Plus Halogen Flood lamp 120w replacement (70W) after some unknown number of months in service (estimate between 9 and 18 months) began periods of randomly being off (while powered) or on. After a week or two of this behavior today the ... (More)
    Product: Floor Lamps or Table Lamps, Halogen (4070)
    Product Description: Sylvania SuperSaver Plus Halogen Flood Lamp 70W (120W replacement)
    Injury Info: Incident, No Injury
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc.
    Business Comments:
    (4/25/2014) Typically nothing should happen to a light bulb when it is not receiving power. This is the first type of complaint like this we have heard of. Without receiving the lamp back for testing, we cannot determine the cause of this incident. Please call ... (More)
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    • 3/31/2014
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    • 20140224-B4A7B-1388414
    Incident Description: (02/23/2014) The consumer stated that the bulb portion of the flood light shattered. The bulb had been in the ceiling fixture for about three months. The consumer stated that the bulb shattered during the night and was not lit. The consumer stated that on the ... (More)
    Product: Light Bulbs (627)
    Product Description: indoor halogen flood light 120 w replacement fully dimmable
    Injury Info: Unspecified
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc.
    Business Comments:
    (3/14/2014) There are two possible failure modes for this type of halogen lamp. One is where the outer glass envelope is broken and the glass capsule (we often call it a burner) is intact. The other case is where the internal burner broke and broke the outer jacket. ... (More)
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