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Pendant Light Fixtures Recalled by Progress Lighting

June 10, 2008

Progress Lighting pendant light fixture 1 On June 10, 2008 Progress Lighting, of Greenville, S.C. recalled approximately 7,500 pendant light fixtures. A cable that supports the light fixture from the ceiling can fail, causing the fixture to fall and injure anyone nearby. Progress Lighting has received five reports of fixtures falling, including a report of an incident where two people suffered bruises.

The recall involves the International Series indoor (foyer) light fixtures. The light fixture has metal hardware and frosted white glass. The fixtures use either incandescent or fluorescent bulbs. “Made in/Hecho en/Fabrique aux China” and the model number are written on the packaging and inside the fixture’s canopy, which is attached to the ceiling. Model numbers involved are:

P2854-09EBWB P3443-09 P4263-09
P2855-09EBWB P3444-09 P4264-09
P2856-09EBWB P3445-09 P4265-09
P2859-09EBWB P3789-09 P4265-09EXP
P2860-09EBWB P3790-09  
P2861-09EBWB P3791-09  

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The fixtures were also sold under the Thomasville Lighting brand name by electrical / lighting distributors and The Home Depot stores nationwide from January 2005 through March 2008 for between $290 and $1,150.

Consumers who have either Progress Lighting’s or Thomasville Lighting’s recalled ceiling lights should carefully remove any of the glass, and contact Progress Lighting to schedule a free inspection and replacement. For more information, contact Progress Lighting toll-free at (877) 369-4548 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit the firm’s Web site at www.progresslighting.com

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