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EnergySaver a/k/a/Marathon or Marathon Classic Compact Fluorescent Dimmable Reflector lamps

Description: This recall involves Philips EnergySaver, a/k/a Marathon and Marathon Classic Compact Fluorescent dimmable reflector lamps, models R30, R40 and PAR 38 manufactured between March 2007 and May 2010. The following are the model numbers and Universal Product Code (UPC) numbers of the lamps included in this recall: Product DescriptionModel NumberUPC EnergySaver (a/k/a Marathon or Marathon Classic)Dimmable R30 Reflector Flood EL/A R30 Dim 16w 46677 13 7076 and46677 15 0419 EnergySaver (a/k/a Marathon or Marathon Classic)Dimmable R40 Reflector Flood EL/A R40 Dim 20w 46677 13 7083 and46677 15 0426 EnergySaver (a/k/a Marathon or Marathon Classic)Dimmable Par38 Reflector Flood EL/A Par38 Dim 20w 46677 14 6443 and46677 15 0433 Model numbers are printed on the white ceramic area at the base of the lamps. For boxed products, the UPC number is on the bottom of the box. For products in blister cards, the UPC is at the top right corner of the back of the package. The affected products also have dates codes from March 2007 through May 2010 as follows: Date Code on ProductMonth and Date of Production C7 to M7 March to December 2007 A8 to M8 January to December 2008 A9 to D9 January to April 2009 0916 to 0953 April to December 2009 1001 to 1022 January to May 2010 Date codes are located on the lamps themselves, either stamped into the metal gold base of the lamp or in the white ceramic area with other product information. [Source]

EnergySaver a/k/a/Marathon or Marathon Classic Compact Fluorescent Dimmable Reflector lamps
Philips Lighting Recalls EnergySaver and Marathon Compact Fluorescent Dimmable Reflector Flood Lamps Due to Laceration Hazard

UPC numbers are found on the bottom panel of individual boxes

About 1.86 million units were affected by this recall.

EnergySaver a/k/a/Marathon or Marathon Classic Compact Fluorescent Dimmable Reflector lamps Recall Information

Country of OriginMexico and Poland
Recall Date08/11/2011
Recall ID742
Recall Number11302
Product TypeLight Bulbs
HazardThe glue that attaches the glass outer envelope or globe to the body of the lamp can fail allowing the glass outer envelope to fall and strike persons and objects below, posing a laceration hazard to consumers.
InjuriesPhilips has received 700 reports of lamps where the glue failed and the glass outer envelope fell, including two reports of minor injury and three reports of minor property damage.
RemedyConsumers should immediately stop using the recalled lamps and contact Philips to receive instructions on how to receive a free replacement lamp.
Remedy OptionReplace
ContactFor additional information, contact Philips toll-free at (866) 622-6372 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or visit the company's website
Last Updated05/06/2016
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