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My dual control electrc blanket won't stop blinking, and it won't

It doesn't heat up, or turn just bliks, & blinks,& blinks

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Try unplugging it from the wall, waiting a few seconds, then plugging it back in.

If that does not work, try either turning the blanket over OR swapping the controls to the opposite sides, then unplugging it from the wall for a few seconds, and plugging it back in.

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