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If you’ve ever noticed the control on your Sunbeam electric blanket blinking, you may have wondered what it means. Here’s the answer: The blinking light is simply a reminder to check the cord and blankets for wear and tear. Just like any other electrical appliance, over time cords and blankets can become worn or frayed, which can pose a safety hazard.
So, if you see the control on your Sunbeam electric blanket blinking, be sure to check the cord and blankets for any signs of wear and tear. By doing so, you’ll help ensure that your Sunbeam electric blanket continues to provide safe and reliable warmth for years to come.
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t think much about your electric blanket until there’s a problem. So, if you notice that the control on your Sunbeam electric blanket is blinking, it can be confusing and even worrisome. Here’s what you need to know about why this happens and what it means.
First of all, it’s important to understand that the blinking control simply means that the blanket is operating in safety mode. This is a good thing! It means that the blanket has detected an anomaly in its heating system and is taking steps to prevent any damage or harm.
There are a few different reasons why your Sunbeam electric blanket might enter safety mode. One possibility is that there’s something blocking the heat sensors. This could be anything from lint to pet hair.
Simply remove whatever is obstructing the sensors and restart the blanket.
Trying to fix it yourself could result in serious injury, so it’s best to leave it to the professionals. In most cases, a blinking control on your Sunbeam electric blanket simply indicates that the safety features are working as they should. However, if you’re still concerned, please contact customer service for assistance.
If your Sunbeam electric blanket is blinking after washing, there are a few possible explanations. The most likely cause is that the water temperature was too hot when you washed it. This can damage the wires inside the blanket and cause them to short circuit.
Another possibility is that you didn’t allow the blanket to dry completely before using it again. moisture can also damage the wires. Finally, it’s possible that there was something else in the wash cycle that caused a problem, like a piece of metal or another electrical item.
If you’re not sure what happened, take the blanket to a Sunbeam service center for diagnosis.
If the control on your Sunbeam electric blanket is blinking, it may be due to a loose connection between the control and the blanket. Check to make sure that the control is firmly plugged into the blanket. If it is, unplug the control and replug it in.
If this does not fix the problem, you may need to replace the control.
If the control on your Sunbeam electric blanket is blinking, it may be due to a loose connection between the power cord and the control. To fix this, first unplug the power cord from the outlet. Next, remove the control from the blanket and check that the wires are properly connected.
Finally, plug the power cord back into the outlet and turn on the switch to see if the problem is fixed.