Last night I plugged my Alien Bee AB800 in to take some headshots for a friend. I turned the light on and started adjusting the power level when there was a loud pop and white smoke started poring out of the back of the light. I immediately unplugged the light and monitored it for a while to make sure it wasn't on fire. After the smoke dissipated I took the light off of the stand when I noticed an oily substance coming out of the bottom of the light. Whatever it was smelled exactly like the white smoke that came out of the light. I googled the issue and came across several accounts of people having the same type of event with their Alien Bee lights, but nobody has mentioned the oily substance. I keep my lights stored in a dry closet and have never spilled anything in or on them so I don't know where the substance would be coming from. I'll call PCB on Monday and see if I can ship it back to them for repairs but in the meantime I'd just like to know if anyone has seen this happen before and if anyone has any clue as to what the substance could be. Does the AB800 have any part in it that would contain any type of liquid?