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Night lights sold at Target recalled for burn risk

WASHINGTON, D.C - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in cooperation with Energizer has announced a voluntary recall of Energizer LED rotating night lights.

The USCPSC says you should stop using the products right away. According to information provided by the USCPSC Energizer has received nine reports of the lights overheating, including 3 reports of minor property damage caused by the lights. No injuries have been reported.

The night lights are white and have an LED light inside an adjustable dome on top. The night lights measure about 2 inches wide by 2 ½ inches long. Model number "ENLPLROT" and date codes between 0110 (for January 2010) through 0111 (for January 2011) are included in this recall. The model number is stamped onto the side of the night light. The date code is stamped in a circle on the back of the night light. The arrow points to the month of production (i.e. 12 = December) and the number positioned on either side of the arrow represents the year (i.e. "10" = 2010).

The night lights were sold exclusively at Target stores nationwide from February 2010 through July 2012 for about $6.

According to the USCPSC, if you have one of these products you should immediately stop using the product and unplug it.  You should contact Energizer for instructions on how to return the lights and get a $7 coupon for purchase of an Energizer product.

If you need more information you can contact Energizer at 800-383-7323 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Central Time. or you can go to the Energizer web site at

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