September 10, 2003
- Easter Oil Lamps Recalled by DesignPac Inc.
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), DesignPac Inc., of Northlake, Ill., is voluntarily recalling 500 Easter Oil Lamps Sold at Target Stores. The oil lamp can tip over easily, posing a fire hazard.
May 8, 2003
- Wal-Mart Recalls Fabric Lanterns
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Wal-Mart Stores Inc., of Bentonville, Ark. is voluntarily recalling about 64,000 fabric lanterns. The fabric is not flame retardant and can be ignited by the lantern's votive candle, posing a fire hazard.
April 24, 2003
- DesignPac Inc. Recall of Oil Lamps
DesignPac Inc. of Northlake, Ill. is recalling about 37,200 oil lamps. The glass wick holder can shatter when lit, posing a fire hazard.
June 4, 2002
- Portable Fluorescent Lamps Recalled by Luxo Corp.
August 30, 2001
- The Discovery Channel Store Recalls Oil Lamps
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), The Discovery Channel Store, Inc., of Berkeley, Calif., is voluntarily recalling 16,000 glass and metal oil-burning lamps. The glass on these lamps can shatter when lit, posing a fire and laceration hazard to consumers.
August 21, 2001
- LTD Commodities Recall of Three- and Five-Wick Glass Oil Lamps
LTD Commodities Inc. of Bannockburn, Ill. is voluntarily recalling approximately 5,300 three-wick and 2,900 five-wick glass oil lamps sold through its mail order catalog. The three-wick glass oil lamp has a mail order catalog code of GOV, and the five-wick glass oil lamp has the code GOY. The base of the lamp, black rods in a rectangular shape, supports the bottom glass of the lamp, which has a reservoir or well intended for oil. The top glass rests on top of this bottom reservoir glass, and contains three or five holes for wicks, depending on the model. (See picture below). The lamps were shipped in cardboard boxes on which are written the code, type of lamp (three or five wick), and "Made in China". The lamps were sold nationwide from May 2001 through June 2001 for between $8.95 and $12.95.
July 2, 2001
- Hallmark Creations Recall of Tea Light Lamps
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Hallmark Specialty Retail Marketing Group Inc., of Kansas City, Mo., operating under the name Hallmark Creations, is voluntarily recalling about 1,300 metal and plastic tea light lamps. The plastic shade that covers the tea light candle can melt, posing a fire hazard.
January 23, 2001
- Tree Compound, Rope Lights and Lamps Recalled
April 7, 2000
- Children's Lamps Recalled by Kmart
August 21, 1997
- Action to Improve Safety of Halogen Torchiere Floor Lamps
May 8, 1997
- Lily Table Lamps Recalled by Kmart
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Kmart Corp. of Troy, Mich., is recalling about 41,300table lamps. The lamps can short circuit and ignite, creating a firehazard.
January 18, 1995
- Wooden Children's Lamp Recalled by Hills Department Stores
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer ProductSafety Commission (CPSC), Hills Department Stores of Canton, Mass., isvoluntarily recalling 6,500 Beacon Hill wooden children's lamps with dinosaur, frog, airplane, and rocking horse shaped bases. Because of an assembly defect in the light bulb socket, the lamp can short circuit, creating a fire or electric shock hazard.
December 22, 1993
- Holiday Brass Candle Lamp Recalled By Frank Ginsberg Enterprises
December 22, 1993
- Holiday Brass Candle Lamp Recalled By Loomco International
October 30, 1992
- Halloween Products Recalled
October 29, 1992
- CPSC Announces Recall of "Li'l Lite" Halloween Oil Pumpkin Lamps
August 16, 1990
- Child Electrocuted Floor Lamps Recalled
January 19, 1989
- Holiday Brass Candle Lamp Recalled By Bradlees
September 10, 1987
- Bean Pot Table Lamps Recalled by W. Bell & Morman Manuf.
April 2, 1982
- Metal Utility Clamp Lamps Recalled by Mid-State