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Holiday Brass Candle Lamp Recalled By Discount Firm

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Recall Date:
January 19, 1989

Recall Details

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

January 19, 1989

 

Release # 89-006

 
   

WASHINGTON---Some 320,000 imported electric brass candle lamps sold during last year's Christmas shopping season by Bradlees Department Stores are being voluntarily recalled by the Braintree, Mass., discount chain because of a potential electrocution hazard, shocks with the lamp.

Recalled is the style #95062 brass candle lamp which sold for $4.99 at Bradlees east coast stores from Maine to North Carolina. Lamps were manufactured by Kobiiz in Taiwan.

Consumers should retrieve the lamps from their Christmas holiday decorations and return them to the nearest Bradlees store for a full refund of the purchase price. For additional information, consumers may call Bradlees Consumer Affairs at 1-617-770-5377.

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