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    • 4/6/2015
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    • 20150306-8B712-2147434798
    Incident Description: We were using a GE Helical 20 watt light bulb. It started smoking then flaming at the junction between the glass and the base. Fortunately we were present and turned it off. Yhe bulb says 120VAC 60Hz 300mA FLE 20 HT 3/2/SW
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    • 2/2/2015
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    • 20150107-A42CA-2147436808
    Incident Description: The GE ultra soft white 60w incandescent modified spectrum replacement light bulb was being used in a side table lamp. The lamp takes up to a 60w light bulb. Installed new light bulb on Saturday and on Wednesday at approximately 6pm after being on for about ... (More)
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    • 1/29/2015
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    • 20141229-57D13-2147437238
    Incident Description: Hi, we purchased some GE 43W (60W replacement) light bulbs the other day from Walmart and placed them in a lamp that requires the 60w or less bulb. The lamp had been on maybe an hour and I turned it off. A few seconds after I turned it off, I heard a pop and ... (More)
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    • 11/17/2014
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    • 20141022-83AC6-2147439810
    Incident Description: I have had 3 of GE Halogen Soft White 43W long life bulbs EXPLODE in my breakfast room fixture. We had an electrician test the fixture. It is fine. I can send pictures.
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    • 8/10/2012
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    • 20120412-FE8BC-1243058
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that the bulb had burnt out earlier in the day, however, later that evening there was a red/orange glow in the ceramic part of the bulb. There were also fumes emitting from it. The bulb was removed from the lamp immediately. The consumer ... (More)
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