PhotoTechnical Consumer Products of Aurora, Ohio, is recalling about 39,000 LED lamps.

The lamps can overheat exposing an energized heat-sink and wires, posing an electrical shock hazard.

No incidents or injuries are reported.

This recall involves 10 watt LED A19 Shape lamps sold under the TCP brand name. The lamps are white and produce a soft white (2700 Kelvin) color temperature.

Recalled units have item number “LED10A19DODLCHP” and the date code printed directly on the white plastic heat-sink of the lamp, just above the screw in the base.

Consumers will need to shut off power to the lights and disengage the lamp to check the item number and date code.

The lamps, manufactured in China, were sold exclusively at Habitat for Humanity of San Joaquin County in Stockton, Calif., from August 2016, through September 2016, for about $3.

What to do

Consumers should immediately stop using recalled lamps, shut off power to lights and contact TCP for instructions on receiving a refund or a free replacement lamp.

Consumers may contact TCP at 800-324-1496 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at recall@tcpi.com or online at www.tcpi.com and click on “Recall” for more information.

 

 


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