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    • 9/18/2013
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    • 20130819-9633E-2147452906
    Incident Description: I installed a Philips LED light bulb into a table lamp. When I went to turn on the lamp, I received a 120V shock from the lamp. I assumed it must be the power cord causing the problem, so I replaced the lamp's wiring. That did not fix the issue. I replaced ... (More)
    Product: Light Bulbs (627)
    Product Description: Philips Endura 12 watt LED Light Bulb
    Injury Info: Injury, No First Aid or Medical Attention Received
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: Philips Lighting Company
    Business Comments:
    (9/11/2013) Philips Lighting has contacted the consumer and request the return of the lamp. Once Philips Lighting has received the lamp in question, Philips Lighting will investigate the failure, possible cause(s), and provide a remedy, as may be appropriate, to the ... (More)
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