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    • 3/4/2015
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    • 20150120-917F1-1463614
    Incident Description: On 01/18/15 the consumer turned on the switch to the dining room, by flipping the switch. The consumer walked away into the next room and about 5 minutes later heard a loud explosion. The consumer noticed the light bulb had exploded and the glass was ... (More)
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    • 11/19/2013
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    • 20130829-1B2FA-1351703
    Incident Description: Caller stated that while the halogen light bulb was turned off it exploded. She and her spouse had left the house and on their return she stepped on a piece of glass on the bathroom floor, she noticed that overhead light in the vanity had shattered. No injury ... (More)
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    (3/10/2014) The response given by customer service is correct: halogen lamps do not generally explode when they are not energized. 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 ... (More)
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