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    • 2/6/2015
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    • 20150109-F6C8D-1461346
    Incident Description: Text of consumer's complaint: I purchased the enclosed nightlight and outlet tap a few years ago and soon after putting it to use, the GFCI for that circuit would occasionally trip (once every few months). The tap was used on our kitchen island, mostly for ... (More)
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    • 12/17/2013
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    • 20131124-ACD92-2147449645
    Incident Description: Purchased a new GE Color Changing LED Night Light (Model #10908) from Fred Meyer in Seattle, WA on 11/23/13. At home I attempted to plug the night light into a couple of hallway outlets but the light wouldn't come on. There were no other signs of defect, so I ... (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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    • 7/19/2011
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    • 20110625-DEC89-2147477843
    Incident Description: The Tommee Tippee bottle warmer does not automatically shut off. I believe this can be a fire hazard. We went for a walk and around an hour later the warmer was still running and was without water at this time due to it being evaporated.
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    (7/18/2011) The Tommee Tippee bottle warmer is UL approved and safety tested by indepentent laboratories. The results of this investigation, including construction review and testing, indicate that the product evaluated complies with the applicable requirements for ... (More)
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    • 5/24/2011
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    • 20110502-DB591-2147479582
    Incident Description: Purchased a night light for girls bedroom on Thursday April 14, 2011. Opened bubble pack and installed night light on Sunday evening April 17, 2011in 3 year old girls bedroom. Night light is a direct plug in to electrical socket and did not have any contact ... (More)
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