U.S.

CONSUMER

PRODUCT SAFETY
D.C. 20207

WASHINGTON,

August 28, 1996

Mr. Jason Hoar Ralph Hoar & Associates 1001 North Highland Street, Suite 300 Arlington, VA 22201 .

Re: FOIA Request S607068:

Reports 960328CWE5027

and 960502CWE7103

Dear Mr. Hoar: Thank you for your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking information from the Commission. The records from the Commission files responsive to your request have been processed and copies are enclosed. The enclosed records constitute two Epidemiologic Investigation Reports with the underlying and supporting documentation. The Commission has received this information from its formal investigation systems. Through these systems the Commission hopes to learn when specific products are associated with illness, injury or death. The Commission believes that it has taken reasonable steps to assure the accuracy of this information. While conducting the interviews for the investigation reports, Commission staff or contractors have spoken with the individuals involved or with others who witnessed or are familiar with the incidents. Where possible, Commission staff have examined the products reportedly involved in the incidents. Although the Commission has investigated the incidents described in the investigation reports, the Commission has not necessarily determined the cause of the incidents. You will note that in the documents disclosed information that could identify injured parties and persons treating them has been deleted, because section 25(c) of the Consumer Product Safety Act, 15 U.S.C. § 2074(c)(l), prohibits such disclosures In some cases the parties have denied without the consent of those individuals. consent or consent has not otherwise been obtained.

Mr. Jason Hoar Page 2

Processing this request, performing the file searches and preparing the information, cost the Commission $60.00. In this instance, we have decided to waive all of the charges. Thank you for your interest in consumer product safety. Should you have any questions, contact us by letter, facsimile (301) 504-0127 or telephone (301) 504-0785.

Sincerely,

Todd A. Stevenson Deputy Secretary and Freedom of Information Office of the Secretary

Officer

Enclosures

CASE NO.

2. INVESTIGATOR’S

ID

3. OFFICE CODE

50328CWE5027
DATE OF INClDENTYR MO DAY

[81[21[31[21
5. DATE INVESTIGATION INITIATED

[81[71[01
YR MO DAY

[9][6][0][2][0][9]
, SYNOPSIS

P1[61P1[41[N81

EPIDEMIOLOGIC INVESTIGATION REPORT

OF INCIDENT OR COMPLAINT

he bulb in a halogen lamp exploded during normal use of the lamp. The exploding bulb broke the shield rrrounding the bulb and scattered hot fragments of metal and glass into the room. The hot fragments burned the rug Id ignited a chair. The owner was in the room and confined the fire to the point of origin. There were no injuries ;sociated with the event. z

. LOCATION

(Home. scJ~oo/. etc.)

8. CITY

9. STATE

me, interior
DA. FIRST PRODUCT

[l] [0] Portland
11A. TRADE/BRAND

Oregon
NAME, MODEL NUMBER, MANUFACTURER & ADDRESS

alogen lamp
OB. SECOND PRODUCT

1WN31[61

MFR.: Tensor cot-p., Chelsea, MA 02150 Model: LT609A
IlB. TRADE/BRAND NAME, MODEL NUMBER, MANUFACTURER 81 ADDRESS

lhair
2. AGE OF VICTIM

mN13191

Brand: Lazy Boy
14. DISPOSITION 15. INJURY DIAGNOSIS

0 injury

13. SEX (USE NUMERJCAL CODE) MALE - 7 FEMALE - 2 UNKNOWN3

no injury

no injury

1WlPl
6. BODY PART 0

PI
(Mother, friend)

PI
. 18. TYPE INVESTIGATION ON SITE - 1 TELEPHONE - 2. OTHER - 3

E71 [Ol
19. TIME SPENT --

17. RESPONDENT(S)

injury

owner

PI PI

111

111

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I. ATTACHMENTS

21. CASE SOURCE

22. REVIEWED BY

YR

MO

DAY

PI
rotas , diagram, instructions
3. PERMISSION TO DISCLOSE NAMES (NON-NEISS %. NARRATIVE CASES ONLY)

[01[71
consumer F9635025A
]

F31[~1[W~l

P1[61P1[41[WOl

CPSC MAY DISCLOSE MY NAME [

CPSC MAY NOT DISCLOSE MY NAME 25. REGIONAL OFFICE DIRECTOR REVIEW

[ X ] DATE

(See Instructions on Page 21

he respondent was the owner of the lamp.

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FIELD A;CTIVITY
7. REGlON/STA TE 2. OPERATION ( ( ( ) ) (Check One) ( Contact

COVERSHEET
3. ) Establishment Visit DATE

) Inspection Telephone Other [

04-25-96
4. NUMBER (For RO Use)

FOWR

( X ) Jnvestigation

1

960328CWE5027

5.

ESTABLISHMENT Tensor Corporation MA 02150 z Chelsea,

6.

RELA ZED FlRM Name: [

(

) Parent

(

) Headquarters [

(

) Subsidiary ] State: [ ]

(

) Other

] City:

7.

PRODUCTS

COVERED

8. OTHER

CONSUMER

PRODUCTS

[

halogen lamp

1

1 C
9. ESTABLISHMENT ( ( ( ( ) ) ) TYPE ( ( ( [ ) Importer ) Own Label Distributor ) Repackager ’

[ ‘I
70. ANNUAL Product PRODUCTION $ ., . Units: Units:[ [

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Manufacturer Whoiesaier Other:

Covered $

1 1 _-

) Retailer

Other Products

1
32. SAMPLES COLLECTED 13. MC CODE 14. HOU.RS Activity Travel [

7 1. 1. S. BUS:NESS % Received % Shipped [ [ ] ]

96-860-5320

32626

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11 1

75.

REASON

FOR ACTIVITY

(Assignment

Reference)

Regional Initiated Investigation

76.

ANNOUNCED (

( )

)

Rationale

for Announced

inspection

UNANNOUNCED

7 7.

EMPL 0 YEE’S NAME

TITLE

SIGNA TURE

Joseph S. Burchyski

Sr. Inv.

( ) REMARKS ( ) SUMMARY ( ) OTHER[ 78. (. ) ENDORSEMENT 1 IDi conducted in response to a consumer complaint associated with a halogen floor lamp. The halogen light bulb exploded while the lamp was in use. Burning fragments of glass and metal landed on nearby carpeting and furnishings and started a small fire which was quickly extinguished by the homeowner. No injury occurred. The lamp was in use for only two‘months. The lamp was collected as a CPSC sample. Follow up dependent upon sample analysis.

19.

REVIEWER’S

NAME

TITLE

SIGNA TURE

James P. DiGrazia
20. REVIEW DATE 2 1. DISTRIBUTION

Supervisor 0: EHDS cc’s: NYRO; CCA; SFRO cc c/s: LDB/LGC

960430

Pre-Event The event occurred in a single family home in an urban The home was constructed in 1938 with a lath neighborhood. The home is well maintained and-was and plaster interior. The home is owned and occupied by in excellent condition. an adult married couple. The husband said that he purchased t$e first halogen floor lamp new at a department store during August 1995. He said that the first lamp failed during mi'd-November 1995. He He said said that the variable switch stopped working. that he returned the lamp to the retailer and received an He said that the variable switch on identical replacement. the replacement lamp stopped working.during mid-December He said that the switches simply stopped working and 1995. there was no apparent hazard with the failures. The husband said that he returned the second lamp to the retailer and received a replacement lamp. He said that the replacement lamp was similar to the first two lamps except the control switch was a simple on/off switch instead of a variable switch. The husband said that he assembled the lamp the directions provided by the manufacturer. he read the warnings about the halogen bulb. He he took extra care not to touch the bulb. wore rubber gloves and used the foam protective the manufacturer provided for installing the according to. He said that He said that said that he sleeve that bulb.

The husband said that he used the replacement lamp almost He said every day during the evening in their living room. that the lamp was turned on at approximately 5 or 6 p.m. He said that the and turned off between 10 and 11 p.m. interruption during most evenings. lamp operated without He said that there was 27 inches cl.earance between the top He said that the lamp of the lamp and the plaster ceiling. repaired or altered before the event. He was not damaged ; said that there were no problems with the operation of the lamp prior to the event.

Event lamp on at the turned that he said The husband approximately 5:00 p.m. during the evening of the event. He said that the event occurred at approximately 7:30 p.m. The husband said that he was in the living room and happened to be standing a few feet away from the lamp. He said that the bulb suddenly started to glow brighter than normal. He said that the bulb suddenly exploded without warning. 3

The husband said that-the exploding bulb shattered the protective shield and scattered fragments of hot metal and He said that he was not struck by glass around the room. He said that fragments burned holes in the any fragments. He carpet and ignited the seat of a chair near the lamp. said that he moved around the room stomping on the carpet He said that the chair cushion just with his shoes. started to flame and he extinguished the fire by patting the flames with his -hands. z
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Post

Event

The husband said that there were no injuries associated He expressed concern that a person with the event. could have been injured. He standing near the lamp reported the event to the nearest CPSC regional office. The home was visited and the husband was interviewed as Photographs and a diagram of part of this investigation. The the scene are attached to this report as exhibits. lamp was collected as a sample and submitted to CCA as a sample under collection report 96-860-5320.

Product

Identification
Tensor Corporation 100 Justin Drive Chelsea, MA 02150

Manufacturer:

Model:

LT609N 9792102 BF38166 500 Watt type J

SKU Number: UL Issue Bulb

Number:

Specification:

from the lamp identification was obtained The product floor lamp with a label. The lamp is a free standing The lamp concave reflector that points toward the ceiling. Photographs of the lamp is approximately 70.5 inches tall. are attached to this report and a copy of the instructions The lamp was collected as a sample and as exhibits. submitted to CCA under sample collection report 96-8605320.

Standards
The lamp

Information
to voluntary 4 standards. The lamp bears

is subject

.-

an Underwriter's 38166.

Laboratories

label with UL Issue Number

BF

Attachments
Exhibit- # 1: Exhibit Exhibit Exhibit # 2: Diagram Xnstrktions 'j . .

# :3.:-. .-Labels .-. ~.._. # 4: Photographs

.

March

16, 1996
f

Safety Commission 600 Harrison St Room 245 San Francisco, CA 94107-1370 Dear Sirs:

I am writing to alert ylou to what I consider a hazardous product. It is a halogen floor lamp model f: LT609A put out by Tensor Corporation, Chelsea, MA 02150. Their phone is l-800-USA-LAMP.

On February 9, 1996 the bulb in my lamp exploded. The thick glass covering over the lamp was not adequate. it broke into several pieces which were thrown over my living room floor burning holes in the carpet and setting fire to a chair nearby. If I had been away from home with the lamp still on the house would no doubt have burned. Fortunately, I was about three feet away and was able to extinguish the flame on the chair. I was not hit but that could have happened. If this happened once it could happen again. I never touched the halogen bulb with my bare hands when inserting it into the lamp. Why it exploded I do not know but the protective shield is a hazard since it went to pieces with it..

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NO. 2. INVESTIGATOR’S

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CASE

0502CWE7 103
DATE OF INCIDEN-PR MO DAY

[3198:1

ID

3. OFFICE

CODE

D3601
YR MO 960501 DAY

5. DATE INVESTIGATION INITIATED

EPIDEMIOLOGIC INVESTIGATION REPORT

10421 ris investigation involves a residential fire that started from a halogen lamp’s bulb. According to ie fire department, the bulb blew during use. A piece or pieces of the blown glass made contact ith a recliner chair causing it to ignite starting a fire. No injuries were sustained. Contents and .ructure loss were estimated at $25.000,.00. z
SYNOPSIS OF INCIDENT OR COMPLAINT

3me

LOCATION

(Home,

10

school,

etc)

8. CITY

El Paso Tensor, LT609N
116. TRADE/BRAND 11A. TRADE/BRAND NAME, MODEL

9. STATE

Texas-TX
MANUFACTURER 6 ADDRESS

IA. FIRST

alogen Floor Lamp A ulb \ \.
PRODUCT\

PRODUCT

4036

NUMBER,

16. SECOND

NAME,

MODEL

NUMBER,

MANUFACTURER

6 ADDRESS

None

!. AGE OF VICTIM

13. SEX (USE MALE - 1 FEMALE - 2 3

NUbfEUXCAL

CODE)

0
(WoUmr,

14. DISPOSITION No in jury

lS.INJURY 0

No injury

DIAGNOSIS

99
SPENT

UNKNOWN3. BODY PART

17. RESPONDENT(S)

03

Friend)

18. TYPE INVESTIGATION ONSITE -1 TELEPHONE - 2 OTHER -3

19. TIME

3

o-:0

21. CASE

Fire Department

SOURCE

01

22.

REVIEWED

BY

yI: c 5 -3-a
) CPSC MAY NOT DISCLOSE MY NAME [X ]

3

PERMISSION

TO DISCLOSE CASES Infdructims

NAMES ONLY) CPSC on Page MAY DISCLOSE 2) MY NAME(

(NON-NEISS 4. NARRATIVE (See

Narrative report and attachments are attached.

FIELD

ACTIVITY

COVERSHEET

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city
PBLATBD FIRM ( 1 P-t

state

zip

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halogen Flax

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( ) &Yarlufacturer
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13. ifIS CODE I , 14. EOUBS

32626

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07
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16. ANNOUNCED UNANNOUNCED

(

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17. EMPLOYEE'SNAME~~

TITLE

SIGNATURE

JERUSHA J. WALKER

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This investigation involves a residential fire that started from a halogen floor Imp’s bulb. According to the fire department, the bulb blew during use. A piece or pieces of the blown glass made contact with a recliner chair causing it to ignite starting a fire. No injuries were sustained. Contents and structure loss were estimated at $25,000.00. F/U: Referred to CCA

19. RBVIEIIER'S

NAYB

TITLE

SIGNATURB

CLAUDE E. TOLBERT
20. REVIBW DATB 21. DZSTXIBUTION

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PAGE 1

960502CWE7103

HALOGEN FLOOR LAMP

The information within this repark was obtained from the investigating fire department report. Information was also obtained from the fire investigator during a telephone conversation. Photographs were taken of the scene. Copies were requested. PRE-INCIDENT: This ipvestigation involves a house fire that occurred, Sunday, April 21, 1996, in a one story single family home. The time was approximately 9:35 P M. According to the report the owners of the home were not present. It was also said that the owners received the lamp as a gift. INCIDENT: The report says that neighbors across from the burning home called the fire department. POST -1NCIDENT When the fire department arrived on the scene, they found a one story structure on fire. The fire was extinguished. An examination was conducted to decide the cause of the fire. After an examination in d.aylight of the fire scene, several burned holes were found o:n the carpet. The report says zhat a piece of the glass was embedded, approximately one-half inch deep into the carpet's shag surface, all the way down to the weave, leaving a burned hole. The report also says pieces of extremely hot glass were noted on the floor. Their examination revealed that a J-type Halogen lamp light bulb had blown. A piece or pieces of hot glass contacted the extremely combustible surface (plastic stuffing) of the recliner. The left sided of the chair ignited and burned rapidly. The chair was removed to the outside. No injuries were sustained. Contents and structure loss were estimated at $25,000.00. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION AND INFORMATION: According to the fire department, the products involved in this incident are a Tensor-Halogen Floor Lamp and light bulb. The model number for the lamp is LT 609N. Serial number is SXU97920003-J265. The lamp used a bulb that had this type of rating: 500~ and 120~.

Page 2

960SOZCWE7103

HALOGEN FLOOR LAMP

The fire investigator says that the lamp's bulb exploded, because someone touched the bulb with their bare hand. He said this left oil and moisture from the person's hand on the bulb, causing it to explode. According to the instructions one must use a cloth when placing a new bulb in the lamp. STANDARD INFORMATION: According to the fire department investigator the lamp was subject to a UL Standard. The following was listed on the lamp: UL-BF 25102-China. SAMPLE COLLECTED: None EXHIBITS: 1. A copy of the assignment request with incoming document-fire department incident report 2. Photographs-pending

RESPONDENT Fire Department

PURPOSE OF CONTACT scenario and product data

RESULTS obtained

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OFFICE OF THE FIRE

MARSHAL

El Rue frim Department 201 South Florence St.
El Paso, Texas 79901

WILLIAM A. WILCOX Fire Marshal

J. ALBERT ALVAlbiDO
Ass’t Fite Marshal

543-6101

543-6102 -

LARRY C. PEREZ I
Lt., Investigations 543-6103

ANDREW J. BROOKS Lt., Code Enforcement
543-6107

ANTONIO M. SILVA Lt., Publk Ed/I&mat

543-6104

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FAX

‘TRANSMITTAL

i

EL PASO FIRE MARSHAL NOTE:

DIVISION

FAX NUMBER:

(919 5434164

IF ANY OF THESE FAX TRANSMI’XTALS ARE ILLEGIBLE OR YOU DO NOT RECEIYE THE SAME NUMBER OF PAGES AS STATED ABOVE, PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY AT: (915) 543-6190.

EL PASO FIRE MARSHAL DMSTON COXMPLAINTREPORT

FD## PD?Y

96-125

.

Owner

Address’ Address BnsJPh Evidence PhotosJ, Prints yes 3Iake <a;15 Q2 ;rLj Model LT--&G~/tj I Style Color .&l&L / A Lir;, . Lab. Name ,

Hmmh

Type of Incident House frreiAccidentai Vehicle \ Involved

Gpc

State & License #

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Remarks &.- &&To

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Estimated Loss Insurauce Iufonnation 25,-J)o******“*“**“** State Farm Ixwuance , I responded to the address of occutreo ce rekrence a house fie. Upon arrival I met with the incident commander and fu’e companies at the scene. I photographed the scene from starting at the outside and entered through the fiunt entry. Iphotogmphed each individual room and the bathroom. No signs of forcible entry were found and the incident commander stated that the OW/CO had provided them with a key to gain entty. I found a double diner chair outside burned mostly on it’s right side where oaly partial pieces of the wood frame wer-e left Upon further investigation, helped by I91 3, :R Kieset, it was discovered that a 500W halogen flow lamp’s bulb had blown, scattering around pieces of extremely hot glass. This was evident in a piece found embedded in approximately a % inch deep into the carpet’s shag surface, aI the way down co the weave, leaving a burned hole. Other assorted sized: simikly blwed spots were found. The extremely combustible surface (plastic stuffin@ of the recliner on the left side ignited, and rapidly burned.

I

This Case Is Declared To Be

Investigator(s): M. L. Tortes

I

1 ] CXeared b Arrest 1 X] Excepdonaily Cleared [ 1 Inactive (Not Cleared)

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Inquiry

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TJI(ZlFb

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Type

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LJr, &q/23/45 at :]l>Q3 CA13 Rage GO1 Party: Address: z Phorra: Q* ljc~/Z3/5i 3'; I&?4 TORHEsMA A&hsr: RE OF INCiIS osga 001 AFTER EXAMiNAfiGN iti DAYLIGHT OF THE FIRE SCENE, SEVERFit PIJRNET) H@LfS WEliE F0UND ON THE CAEPET. liPOUT THE Li\J,XNG ROOM WHERE PIECES OF EXTREMELY t-XX GLASS HAI? FALLEN, SOOW HALCJGEN LAMP LIGHT ZULB. A FR!Xl A BLOWING J-TYPE, PIECE UFi PIECES OF HOT GfiLSS FELL ON THE STUFFElJ RECLINER. iSNITI?G .IT. THIS CASE IS EXCEPTIONALLY 13LEAFiErJ, ANI;I THE INFORMATION WILL ECE FC!%WAF:~Eif TO THE CDNSJMER PROTECTION AGENCY IN ALEUQJERQUE. Incident Follow-UP # I Type of Follow-Up I By 1 Comment status I Date I Attention Reauirf FM0 1AT Attention Re{042~~$JATTEN.UNIT919 OOllAT

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