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Recalled Consumer Product: LED Bulbs Risk of Injury

Posted by Jim Miron | Jul 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

July 15, 2014 – The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of 14 Halco LED bulb models used in recessed lights, as outdoor security lighting and in retail displays. The bulbs have a metal cone-shaped housing, are silver in color, either 14 or 18 watts, and have clusters of 6 to 16 LEDs. “ProLED” is printed on a label on the plastic housing of the bulb along with model numbers, product names, and date codes. The PAR30 bulbs measure about 4.75 inches long and 3.75 inches wide. The PAR38 bulbs measure about 4.75 inches long and 4.75 inches wide.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled LED bulbs, remove the bulbs from the fixture and contact Halco for free replacement LED bulbs.

For more information on this recall you can go to The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission recall page for this product.

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