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    • 9/16/2014
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    • 20140809-0B8D2-2147442129
    Incident Description: the light was in a lamp and it dimes then sparks and a fire came from the bulb. I turned off the lamp and waited for it to cool. If I had not been up I am sure that it could have started a fire
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    (8/28/2014) GE fluorescent lights are designed to meet GE’s and third-party safety requirements. In some cases, electronic components in the CFL’s base may wear out in a way that will result in smoke, odor, or discoloration (browning) of the plastic housing. When this ... (More)
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