United Copper Recalls Metal Clad Cables

metal_cablesUnited Copper Inc., of Denton, Texas, is recalling 50-foot and 1,000-foot 12/2 metal clad aluminum armored cabling. The cable is used to connect a circuit breaker to a 120-volt wall outlet or lighting switch.

A damaged conductor coating can cause the cable to short circuit, posing fire and shock hazards. The cables were sold through electrical distributors nationwide from August 2015 through November 2015.

Consumers should contact United Copper to schedule a free inspection. The cables cannot safely be identified by consumers themselves.

Reference: CPSC

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