MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Target is recalling 90,000 USB lightning charging cables.

Target is recalling 90,000 USB lightning charging cables due to shock and fire hazards. (Source: CBS News)

The Minnesota-based megastore made the decision due to shock and fire hazards.

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The consumer product safety commission says metal around the cord can become electrically charged if it makes contact with the USB wall charger plug prongs.

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Target received 14 reports of cables smoking, sparking or igniting.

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Consumers can return the cables to target for a full refund.