Why does the Imaq 22 inch model give out electric shocks
I had my IMAC computer on but wasn’t actually using at the time.
I reached over to get some papers on the desk to the left of the IMAC
As my hand passed close to the bottom part of the monitor, I received an electric shock. I did not realise what it was at the time. It was only when I passed my hand over the same spot after having retrieved my papers I received another electric shock.
I felt very disorientated afterwards and had to stop what I was doing. I experienced waves of pain and a throbbing sensation in my right hand. I had to take pain relief. The next day when I woke up the pain in my hand was excruciating and necessitated a trip to the doctors.
I had my sockets tested. It is appropriately earthed.
I checked with the electricity company for groundwork surges. There were none
My electricity usage was low on the day
I spoke to several engineers who confirmed that no software exists which can go back in time to find out what caused the shock.
Has this happened to anyone else.?
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