Cooper LED Lights Recalled – Here’s How to Get Legal Help
Cooper Lighting, in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently recalled its solar and battery-powered light fixtures under the names Defiant and All-Pro outdoor LED light fixtures. This is in response to a discovery regarding the devices’ propensity to overheat and cause the fixture to melt and pose a fire hazard.
Did you suffer any injuries or property damage or loss due to a Cooper Lighting fixture malfunction? Call our Cooper Lighting recalls attorney NOW at 1 (773) 825-3547 for more information on your legal options for compensation. Companies are required by law to only release safe and extensively tested devices into the market in order to prevent avoidable accidents. Call 1 (773) 825-3547 if you were affected by the Cooper Lighting recall and suffered injuries or property damage due to a malfunctioning Cooper outdoor LED light fixture.
Cooper Lighting Fixtures Affected By The Recall
About 350,000 of these units were sold in the country, and about 12,000 purchased in Canada. In order to confirm you have the right Cooper LED light, please look in the interior of the fixture for the code MST1000LWDF for the Defiant LED light, and MST800LW and MST800l for All-Pro LED light. These lights come with a motion sensor found within the housing, and are connected via a wire to an external solar panel.
Cooper Lighting Fixtures – Property Damage a Possibility
So far, there have been 7 reports of these LED light fixtures from Cooper Lighting overheating and causing damage to properties. There have been no injuries reported, but there may have been incidences whose main cause was the overheating of said lighting fixtures that customers were not aware of in the past due to the newness of the recall, issued on the 11th of October of this year.
Cooper Lighting Recall – Were You Affected?
Cooper LED light fixtures are sold at Lowe’s, Home Depot and other major stores across the country. The ones affected by the recall were sold from September 2015 to July 2018 for $70 to $100 a piece. Cooper solar-powered outdoor lights are imported by Cooper Lighting, LLC of Peachtree City, Georgia, a subsidiary of Eaton. The devices were manufactured in China, and consumers are advised to immediately cease using the light fixtures in question, contact Eaton Customer Care to receive a battery pack at no cost.
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Did you suffer property damage due to Cooper Lighting fixtures? Call us at 1 (773) 825-3547 and we’ll provide you with more information on the legal steps to take to recover compensation. We look forward to hearing from you.