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diylife recall safety signThe U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Kash N' Gold Ltd. have announced a voluntary recall of 60,000 Tinker Bell lamps. The paint on the lamps contains excessive amounts of lead and violates the federal lead paint standard. No injuries have been reported.

The lamps were manufactured in Hong Kong and sold at electrical and appliance stores nationwide, including Lowe's. The lamps were sold from January through October 2007 for about $40. Please check out the CPSC press release to see if you have the Tinker Bell lamp.

Stop using the animated lamps immediately and return to the store where you purchased the lamp to get a full refund. You may also contact Kash N' Gold at (800) 354-8785 or visit their website at www.kngamerica.com to receive a merchandise credit.


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