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Timex Electric Alarm Clock which also uses 2 AAA batteries
Furniture, Furnishings & Decorations
Home Decoration
Clocks, Electric or Battery Operated (4065)
TIMEX CORPORATION    
Timex Simple Step
T123S
O2C2N1
 
 
Target
New Jersey
10/16/2012
(02/08/20130 The consumer sent an email to the manufacturer. She has not recieved a response.


(0207/2013) The consumer stated that that she has an elderly neighbor who she called everyday at 5pm. The clock was on a wooden table. There is also carpeting on the floor under the table. The alarm went off. She got up from her chair and walked across the room. She pressed the alarm off button and received an electric shock up her arm. The numbers on the clock began to blink. The clock made a sizzling noise. She unplugged the clock and the clock continued to make the sizzling noise. The consumer took the batteries out and the noise stopped. The consumer stated that she replaced the batteries and plugged the clock back in. The consumer stated that she could not set the time or the alarm.

The consumer did not require medical attention
2/7/2013
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Incident, No Injury
Self
Female
71 years
No
No
No
Clock has been sent to Timex as per their instructions. 2/15/13
Yes
N/A

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