Rechargable lights recalled due to fire and burn hazard

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Over 1.2 million lights have been recalled in the U.S. and Canada due to overheating risks linked to one death. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Good Earth Lighting Inc. announced that the lithium-ion battery in the Rechargeable Integrated Lights can overheat and ignite the plastic housing, posing fire and burn hazards. This issue resulted in one fatality and another person suffering smoke inhalation. Nine overheating reports were received, six of which caused property damage and fires. In Canada, 37,800 units were recalled.

The lights, manufactured in China and Cambodia, were sold in the U.S. from October 2017 to January at various retailers and online at stores like, Lowe's, Ace Hardware, Menards and Meijer,, and QVC.

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