Lighting Science Group is recalling LED Light Bulbs because they have the potential to overheat, which poses a fire hazard to consumers.
To this date, the company has been notified of 68 incidents in which the product failed, eight of those were accompanied by smoke and/or fire conditions. The reported incidents involve damage to several items including carpets/floors, light sockets and lamps. However, there have been no reports of personal injuries.
The recalled 12-volt LED bulbs were sold at various retailers and electrical supply stores nationwide. The items were marketed under the following brand names: Definity, EcoSmart, Sylvania and Westinghouse, with model numbers A19, G25 and R20/PAR20. The CPSC Website has a complete list, including date codes, of the recalled bulbs.
Consumers are advised to remove the recalled bulbs from lamps and sockets and to call Lighting Science Group toll free at (855) 574-2533, or online at www.lsgc.com/recall
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