If the sign “FF” is flashing on your digital control or if there is blinking light on your gradient control, that means there is a problem with your blanket and it needs to be reset. To do this, first unplug your product.
The controller will blink red if the throw is disconnected or the internal heating wires have broken (open circuited). For me it went back into normal operation once I had reconnected the throw to the controller then reset it by unplugging the AC power plug then plugging it back in.
Check that the control is tightly connected to the module in the blanket. Re-plug the power cord into the wall outlet. On a digital control, you should see flashing symbols and the display on your control will clear. Your blanket is now reset.
How do you reset an electric blanket?
To Reset Your Blanket
First, unplug the blanket from the outlet. Second, check that the control is properly connected to the module. If it is, plug the power cord of your blanket back into the outlet and turn the blanket “on.”
Why isn’t my Sunbeam electric blanket working?
The following steps are recommended if your product does not seem to be heating: Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. Check that the control is tightly connected to the module in the blanket. … Your blanket is now reset. If resetting doesn’t work, your warming product needs to be repaired or replaced.
Flashing light which means it is dead after only a few months of use.
What does flashing F2 mean on Sunbeam electric blanket?
A The digital controls are designed to notify you in the event that a problem has been discovered. by flashing “FF”, “F1” or “F2” on the display.
Why is one side of my electric blanket not working?
A blanket that will not heat up on one side even with a new control switch is probably defective, according to one manufacturer. The only recourse in that case is to contact the manufacturer for a replacement blanket if the defective blanket is under warranty. Another option is simply to purchase another blanket.
Why do my heated blankets stop working?
Check that the electric blanket cord is firmly attached to the blanket. Pull the plug out of the blanket attachment and look to see if any dirt or debris has gotten into the plug or on the cord that plugs into the blanket. Reinsert the cord into the blanket attachment.
Can you fix an electric blanket?
Open the control unit with a screwdriver and look for loose parts. If the blanket only works in some settings and not for others, the thermostat is defective. Tighten any loose connections inside the thermostat. If you cannot find the problem, replace the heating blanket.