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Shock-risk Philips spotlight recalled

Published: 18 February 2013
Philips has recalled an LED spotlight because of the danger it poses to end users.
The dimmable Master LED spot MV D 8-50W is liable to leak electrical current to the metal housing. This could result in the lamp becoming live and therefore delivering an electric shock when touched.

Batch number/barcode on the product, which is made in The Netherlands, is: 8W GU10 4000K 220-240V. The spotlight does not comply with the Low Voltage Directive.

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