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    • 3/4/2015
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    • 20150120-917F1-1463614
    Incident Description: On 01/18/15 the consumer turned on the switch to the dining room, by flipping the switch. The consumer walked away into the next room and about 5 minutes later heard a loud explosion. The consumer noticed the light bulb had exploded and the glass was ... (More)
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    • 9/12/2014
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    • 20140716-46D36-1417421
    Incident Description: (07/16/2014) The consumer stated that the light bulb exploded. He had just got out of the recliner and walked in the kitchen. The sound was like gunshot. The bulbs were in a ceiling fan light fixture which hold four bulbs. Only one bulb exploded. Shards were ... (More)
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    • 3/26/2013
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    • 20130128-7EF6D-1300167
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that she had the light on in her dining room for approximately 3 hours. The consumer stated that she came in to the dining room and found the bulb was hanging from the base of the bulb. The consumer stated that it seemed as though the bulb ... (More)
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