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Dancing santa won't stop dancing

I have the 5 foot tall singing dancing Santa made by Pan Asian Creations for K-Mart. When you plug him in he sings and dances normal. Once done he begins to dance very fast and won't stop till you unplug him He has a motion sensor on his base. He plugs in and does not have a battery port the info off his base is 2004 Pan Asian Creations (BVI) Lt Patents (US/UK/China) License Made in China (Figures K-Mart Code 0-717986-11 UPC 2029042489

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    teanamaree Nov 04, 2012

    reposted in toys... Sorry!

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