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Saint Lucia Bureau Of Standards Announces Urgent Recall Of Unsafe Christmas Lights

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The Saint Lucia Bureau of Standards (SLBS) and Palace House Co Ltd wish to advise the
public of the immediate recall of Christmas Lights, which are non-compliant with the
compulsory national standard SLNS 51: 2002 Christmas -Tree and Decorative Lighting

This recall affects all Chance Lights model 100 LED, country of origin China 250 volts, 2.5A.

The affected Christmas Lights are deemed unsafe due to under-size cord wire.

One hundred and eighty-one (181) affected lights were distributed up to the time of the recall while one hundred and nineteen (119) are in the custody of SLBS.

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Customers are advised to cease the use of the affected products and return them to the point of purchase for a full refund.

SOURCE: Saint Lucia Bureau of Standards. Headline photo: Stock image.

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  1. 🤣😁😅 I guess SLBS was too busy feteing over the season and only now getting to work. And has the gall to use the word “urgent”.


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