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    • 9/1/2011
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    • 20110701-90EE5-1189840
    Incident Description: The consumer says she was standing by the kitchen stove at the countertop and smelled an electrical or chemical burning smell. She says it had a formaldehyde type of smell. She inspected her home, and looked up at the exposed CFL light bulb in her fan above ... (More)
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    (8/22/2011) 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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