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Lithonia Lighting Recalls Fluorescent Ceiling Light Fixtures Because of Potential Shock Hazard

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Litholia Lighting, in conjunction with the CPSC, is recalling about 50,000 Lithonia Lighting Nickel End Wrap Fluorescent Ceiling Light Fixtures because of a potential shock hazard.

A wire inside the light fixture can come loose, which could pose an electrical shock hazard to consumers. So far there have been no injuries reported to the company.

The light fixtures were sold at Home Depot stores across the nation from January 2007 to August 2007.

The recall involves the Lithonia Lighting Nickel End Wrap fluorescent ceiling light fixtures model number “New 2 32 120 RE BN” and date code “N050807″. The light fixtures measure four feet long and consist of two brushed nickel end caps and a clear plastic cover for the fluorescent tubes. “Lithonia Lighting”, the model number, and the date code can be found on the shipping box or on a label located inside the fixture, next to the fluorescent tube.

For more information on this subject, please refer to our section on Defective and Dangerous Products.