Philips Lighting Light Glass Lenses Recalled – Laceration Hazard
Philips Lighting has recalled its “Lightolier” decorative glass lenses due to a laceration hazard.
About the Light Glass Lens Recall
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Philips Lightings has recalled the “Lightolier” (brand AF4SY) glass lenses because the lens can break and result in falling pieces of glass, which can lead to laceration. About 7,500 units were recalled in the United States. While no injuries have been reported, there has been one incident of the glass breaking. Consumers are recommended to immediately remove the recalled glass lens and to contact Philips Lighting for a free replacement unit.
Description of Recalled Light Glass Lenses
- The recalled glass lenses are clear, 4 ¾ inches in diameter and 1/8 inch thick.
- The glass lens is used to “soften” light with an additional lens layer.
- The “Lightolier” glass lenses were manufactured between January 2007 and December 2013.
- There are no markings on the product.
- The product number of the recalled glass lenses (Brand AF4SY) is on the packaging.
- Electrical wholesale distributors sold the glass lenses nationwide from February 2007 through December 2013 for $25 to $50.