lamp 6 V, 20 W, voltage-stabilized, average life 2000 hour
Product Safety Tips:
Halogen Torchiere Lamps
Safety is important to you and it's
important to the safety experts here at UL. To help reduce the risk of
fire in your home that could result from improper use of a halogen
torchiere lamp, please take the time to follow these precautionary
- Carefully read any and all
safety instructions, warnings and markings that accompany the
product before use.
- Never place materials such
as clothing and towels on the top of a torchiere lamp.
- Never place a torchiere lamp
near an open window where a strong breeze could blow drapery onto
the lamp bulb.
- Avoid placing lamps in
locations where they may be easily tipped over by children or pets.
- Never use torchiere lamps in
children's bedrooms or playrooms. Children may play with lamps or
unknowingly place combustibles, such as stuffed toys or clothing,
too close to the bulb area.
- Keep torchiere lamps away
from elevated beds, such as bunk beds, where bedding may get too
close to the bulb area.
- Always turn off or unplug
the lamp before removing or replacing bulbs.
- Never attempt to replace or
discard a bulb that is hot to the touch.
- Never use a bulb of a
different style or higher wattage than recommended by the
manufacturer's use and care instructions.
- Never operate any lamp with
missing or damaged parts or components.
- Avoid leaving high-wattage (more
than 100 watts) halogen lamps on when you leave the room or when
you are not at home.
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