Morphy richards electric blanket - how to use timer setting
The dial on the electric blanket has a 0, 3, 1, 3, 12 in a circle what do they mean? i don't have the manual to check it out.
the heat setting are straightforward but i dont get what the numbers on the dial stand for.
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choose one that meets electrical standards
choose on that is the right size for the bed
choose one that has a good warranty period
choose one that you cannot feel the elements in
the secret of a blanket is not the price but the method of storage when not in use
folding incorrectly ruins more blankets that leaving them on the bed
I would say that you probably have a bad controller but it's possible that you have one side of your blanket thats bad. I would take the control that you know works and put in on the side that doesn't.Turn it on and if the blanket works that tells you the control is bad.
If you have a multi meter you can unplug power cord from the side that you know works and set your meter to ohms and check the resistance, Next due the same thing on the side that you are having problems with and if the reading is the same or close that also would indicate that blanket is ok and you need one new control.
I hope this helps you .Thank you and have a good new year.
the 0 and 3 settings are to set it to come on in 3 hours (0 being off). the 1,3,12 settings are for it to turn off automatically after that amount of hours.
I can remember what the 1/2 button in middle is for.
The red dials (I think - I can't find a pic where they are facing forward to see them) should control the wattage you have the heater set at. You can set it at 500 900 and 1500 watts usually. The first dial turned on would set the heater at 500. Turning the second dial on will set the heater at 900. And having both on will set it at 1500. And of course the more watts the more heat that will come out of the heater.
Yes we had an electric duvet from this company and it stopped working. Was replaced very kindly and no fuss by John Lewis and the same thing happened. (They had said they wouldn't replace again) . Spoke to the company but the woman was very rude. Said that if we lived in a rural area that was our tough luck basically. (A power surge or something). I don't think that's acceptable but we have given up on it now. I think there are 'known' issues with these products that are beingswept under the carpet.
little triangle to the left 9 o clock position determines what time it is, set actual time to this, then move outer dials to turn on and inner dials to leave off, and then set to auto, this is in timer mode, other mode is permanently on and off..
hope that helps
My new blanket works great. Then I changed my sheets and would get the F2 problem. Very consistent after 5 tries with F2 blinking by unplugging at wall outlet and comes on with F2 blinking. Let it rest a night and still the same.
Then I unplug it at the blanket. Hmm, notice a pin was lower than the others. PUSH BACK IN FIRM and tried again. Perfect.