Hercules Recalls Moravian Star Lights Due to Fire and Electrical Shock Hazards
Name of Product:
Moravian Star lights
The lights lack adequate minimum wire size and overcurrent protection, posing fire and electrical shock hazards to consumers.
August 05, 2020
This recall involves a single style of Moravian star lights, including those with incandescent and LED bulbs. The lights are a white multipointed star designed to hang from a ceiling. Moravian Stars were sold in two sizes, 12” and 21.” The exterior boxes were either red, green or blue.
Consumers should immediately stop using the light and contact Hercules for a free repair kit.
Online at MoravianStarCompany.com and Amazon.com between November 2016 through December 2019 for about $20.
Hercules OEM, of Burnsville, Minn.
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