NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Koehler-Bright Star has recalled flashlights due to an explosion hazard.

The flashlights are missing an encapsulation on a circuit board component that protects the flashlight from igniting an explosive environment, posing an injury hazard to the user or bystander.

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About 7,500 flashlights are affected (200 were sold in Canada). The model is the Koehler-Bright Star WorkSafe Model 2224 LED 3-D cell flashlight.

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The model number is printed at the top right side of the text contained on the flashlight. The flashlight is safety orange with a black reflector assembly and black end cap and measures about 10.25 inches long by 2 inches in diameter. Only 3-D cell flashlights that do not contain a date code stamped on the body of the units are included in the recall.

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Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled flashlights and inspect them for a missing date code on the body of the flashlights. If the recalled flashlight does not have a date code, contact Koehler-Bright Star for free replacement parts.