What about TAC support? Have you tried to open a case? If your equipment is covered by a proper contract support, Cisco is responsable to replace any part if necessary. Also, TAC support will perform additional troubleshooting steps to make sure that the cable is really not working properly before making any replacement.
I dont know if you can build a cable like that. I suggest to open a case with TAC.
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