Leviton Manufacturing Recalls Electrical Connection Devices Due to Shock Hazard

Apr 23, 2020

23 Apr
Recalls - Home Products

Leviton Manufacturing Recalls Electrical Connection Devices Due to Shock Hazard


This recall involves Leviton 50-ampere, non-NEMA electrical connectors, plugs, receptacles, and inlet attachment devices. The recalled connection devices are used to transmit power to electrical equipment that is not hard-wired to a power source. Leviton is printed on the devices. Date codes can be found on the back cover of connectors and plugs, the side housing of receptacles and inlets, and on the label of each box.

Name of product: Leviton 50 ampere, non-NEMA electrical connectors, plugs, receptacles and inlets
Hazard: The electrical connection devices can have mislabeled terminal markings, posing an electrical shock hazard.
Remedy: Replace
Recall date: April 23, 2020
Units: About 98,000 (In addition, about 4,400 units were sold in Canada)


Read the full recall notice

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