Christmas Lights Recalled due to Fire and Shock Hazard
The Company Pepe Ganga of Puerto Rico is recalling about 500 units of Musical Christmas Multicolored Lights.
About the Christmas Lights Recall
- According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recall release, the light string can overheat and catch fire, posing both a fire and shock hazard to consumers.
- Consumers should stop using the Christmas lights and immediately contact Pepe Ganga Corp for a full refund.
- Consumers may also return the Multicolored light at any Pepe Ganga or Compra De To stores.
Pepe Ganga Multicolored Christmas Lights Recall Information
- The recall involves 100-bulb musical Christmas multicolored lights, the light sets twinkle as eight Christmas carols play.
- The Model Number printed on the back of each package is 31411; located on the bottom right side of the UPC Label.
- “100 Musical Lights” is printed on the front of the packaging.
- Both the voltage and “Made in China” are printed on the label attached to the light string.
These musical Christmas Lights were sold at Pepe Ganga and Compra De To stores in Puerto Rico from December 2011 to October 2012 for about $8.