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    • 12/26/2012
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    • 20121115-A1A26-2147461888
    Incident Description: This is not my night light. This product was brought to my attention from a co worker at the fire department. He stated his girlfriend plugged the night light into an outlet and within one hour was melting the plastic and putting off smoke. No one was injured ... (More)
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    • 7/11/2012
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    • 20120508-2EC37-1247304
    Incident Description: The consumer says the night light apparently shorted. It is blackened on the inside and it blew the circuit breaker. The consumer says it was discovered by the odor of the hot plastic. It smoked around one prong and blackened the outlet under the plug and on ... (More)
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