Question about Sunbeam 805810 HeatSense Heating Pad Heater
Heating pad won't turn on, it is flashing F. I tried unplugging from the pad but it still won't turn on. I've only had it for three months and it was over $30 at CVS pharmacy. I can't take it back because I am disabled with no transportation.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: F2 Fault Code On Heating Pad
I am trying something now as I was told F2 requires you to check the blanket for wear and tear and plug it back in. 3 times doing this should be sufficient. If it still reads F2 it's "gone" Ours is new so it shouldn't be "gone" but here's what I found...Where the plug goes into the blanket there are 4 holes for 4 silver pins. I noticed the 3rd pin was a bit lower than the other 3. It will not move up with pliers so don't force it just return it. check there
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
SOURCE: I have have my sunbeam
Have you tested the receptacle that the heater is/was plugged into, to make sure it's working and a circuit breaker hasn't been tripped?
If not, plug a lamp into the receptacle to see if it works. If it doesn't, check your home's circuit breaker panel for a tripped breaker. If you find one, make sure there's nothing still plugged into the offending receptacle and reset the breaker. Then, plug the heater in and turn it on. Does it trip the breaker again? If it does, there's some type of short in the electrical system of the heater. If it doesn't trip the breaker, but still doesn't work, return it to the place of purchase for a replacement. However, you must have your Proof of Purchase Receipt to do this.
Hope this helps solve your problem.
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
SOURCE: Have heating pad model 809.
We have so many of these pads (now only) after the control part went to F1 and F2. My husband found the problem by taking the controler apart. Sadly what Sunbeam does is "pot" the wires. Meaning they put them into some plastic stuff to keep them from touching. But by doing this they leave the wire that makes the thing work to be the weak link that gets weakened even more by use and moving and adjusting the thing. It eventually breaks and he found there is no easy way to solder it back to the "potted" wires. It just leaves a short stub out of the pot. So if anyone knows how to purchase just the cord or fix it the heat pad would probably work just fine. So now we know what F1 and F2 actually means.
Posted on Mar 29, 2012
I have older sunbeam duel control matress pad. the control is simple with a dial that turnes for low or higher settings. it shows a red line that is small for low and gets thicker as the setting gets higher. there is a button for on and off. I set up the cover and turned on. the green on lite is flashing and there is no heat i do have it on high and it now will not turn off by the button.
Posted on Jan 25, 2013
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Hello vinrocof - Please try resetting the unit by either unplugging it or flipping the breaker off. Wait approximately ten minutes and turn the unit back on. Try setting the time and if it proves to be ineffective, the unit may possibly have a faulty EOC, defective wiring harness or damaged cord. I would suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately.
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