For what scientific/technological reason would a plug-in alarm clock go off by itself to a time it wasn't set for?
- khalilLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
usually CAPACITOR trouble in the timer circuit ...
usually acts earlier ...gets earlier week by week ...
- robertoLv 65 months ago
led panel clocks SUCK,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,a momentary,or a couple moments of power loss,,damn thing blinks 1200,,late for work
get a windup westclox thingy with a chime or bells,they always work
damn digital shee itt
- powerwash_nchLv 56 months ago
Someone pranked u lol reset and hope for the best
- AVDADDYLv 76 months ago
The most frequent reason is confusing AM & PM.
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- PLv 76 months ago
There's no reason, but probably user error. Some alarm clocks are not user friendly, and have features like multiple alarms, and sleep timers that can easily drive someone mad if they can't figure out how to set or unset it correctly.
- Robert JLv 76 months ago
The simplest cause is user error, eg. confusing AM/PM in either the alarm time or clock time setting.
The other common reason is a power failure, that partly resets or randomises the settings in the clock.
- spacemissingLv 76 months ago