Name of product:
Ceiling-Mounted Light Fixture
The fixture's socket wire insulation can degrade and lead to charged wires becoming exposed, causing electricity to pass to the metal canopy of the fixture. This poses a fire and electric shock hazard to consumers.
Dolan Designs Inc; toll-free at (855) 553-6526, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This recall involves round ceiling-mounted light fixtures sold in satin nickel, bronze, polished brass, antique brass, white, or bronze finishes with a domed white or amber glass shade. The light fixture is 14 inches in diameter and 5.75 inches high and has two sockets marked “BO AN” which take 75 watt bulbs. The 16 recalled light fixtures were sold as Dolan Designs models 502-30, 522-09, 522-14, 522-18, 522-22, 522-30, 522-32, 522-60, 522-78, 5332-133, 5372-66, 5372-78, 5382-20, 5382-55, 5382-100 and 5392-20. The brand name and model number are on the inside of the fixture pan, visible when the glass shade is removed.
The firm has received two reports of defective fixtures. No injuries have been reported to the firm.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled light fixtures and return them to the place of purchase to obtain a free replacement fixture, or contact Dolan Designs to schedule a free in-home repair.
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Dolan Designs Inc., of Portland, Ore.
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