Commercial Electric Fluorescent Shop Lights Recalled

By Chris Smurr - 21Alive
By Rachel Martin - 21Alive

Commercial Electric Fluorescent Shop Lights Recalled

May 25, 2014 Updated May 25, 2014 at 5:18 PM EDT

UNDATED (21Alive) – More than 200,000 fluorescent shop lights are being recalled because they can start a fire.

The Commercial Electric two-lamp fluorescent shop lights were sold at Home Depot from Aug. 2013 through March, for about $13.

There are nearly 900 reports of problems, including smoking, sparking, electrical arcs and fires.

If you have one, return it to home depot for a refund. You can log on to www.cpsc.gov and look under "recalls" for more information.




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