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    • 2/20/2019
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    • 20181022-EEE93-2147384885
    Incident Description: I purchased an OttLite floor floor light that includes a magnifying glass. Yesterday, I moved the light stand to a spot near a window. This afternoon, my husband noticed smoke coming from the same corner where the light/magnifying lamp was standing. Bottom ... (More)
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    • 10/14/2015
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    • 20150914-02505-2147428416
    Incident Description: Light had a small explosion internally (ballast?) then smoke and burning smell.
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    (10/5/2015) On 9/15/15, customer [REDACTED] contacted our Customer Service department communicating experiencing "smelling smoke and burning smell" with the original CFL bulb from purchased luminaire (Tulip Desk Lamp). No product build information, date of purchase, or ... (More)
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