Belkin makes all sorts of accessories and peripherals for computers and other electronic devices. Today Belkin and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission have issued a recall of several models of Belkin's Surgemaster surge protectors due to the risk of electric shock.
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The recall covers about 68,700 surge protectors sold by Belkin. The problem is that the molding of the plastic 360-degree rotating plug can crack or detach posing a shock hazard. Belkin reports that it has received seven consumer complaints about the cracking, but no injuries were reported.
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SurgeMaster models included in the recall are the F9G930-10, F9G930v10, F9G930-10-W and F9G930-10-SN, which were all made in 2003. The grey version are not covered in the recall. Belkin will replace all of the recalled models at no charge.