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Tesla NEMA 10-30 ADAPTER


    Tesla Motors, Inc. (Tesla) is recalling certain Universal Mobile Connector Adapters, models NEMA 14-30 (part number 1018243-00-A or 1018243-00-B), NEMA 10-30 (part number 1016174-00-B), and NEMA 6-50 (part number 1016021-00-B or 1016021-00-A). The affected adapters may have insufficient welds within the cable which can result in increased electrical resistance.