The night lights can short circuit, posing shock and fire hazard to consumers.
This recall involves color changing projection night lights with a rotating plug and dome top with LED lights that change colors from red, blue and green. “Made in China” and “0.6W 60Hz 120VAC” are etched in the plastic base of the night lights near the plug component.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled projection night lights and contact the firm for instructions to receive a full refund including shipping. All known purchasers were notified directly about the recall.
The firm has received seven reports of sparks, smoke and damage to outlets. No injuries have been reported.
Wenzhou Weihao Light Industry Co. LTD, of China
LTD Commodities LLC, of Bannockburn, Ill.
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