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    • 4/20/2020
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    • 20200327-EAF5E-2147373180
    Incident Description: After changing the light bulb on a Himalayan Glow Crystal Salt Lamp the dimmer switch would no longer dim. It got hot and melted. Released fumes in house. It had previously worked adequately for some time. I notice that Amazon reviews also mention this ... (More)
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    (4/16/2020) We consider this claim needs further investigation to categories it as unsafe product or switch has any deformed situations. We always take all safety and quality measures before introducing our products for our valuable consumers. Our products quality is our ... (More)
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    • 10/24/2019
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    • 20190920-4BEF3-2147377575
    Incident Description: Monster bran LED light strip. Walmart is selling it for only $5. It Gives off very toxic fumes, which filled the room and made me sick the second I opened the mylar sealed package. I immediately removed everything to the porch. This is a highly carcinogenic ... (More)
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