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Keep blanket from auto turning off

I want to turn my blanket off myself and not have it go off after 3 hours

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Remove the switch and bypass it or replace the timer with an on/off switch.

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Hi. You can locate a Sunbeam Service Centre via http://www.sunbeam.com.au/Pages/Support/Repairers.aspx

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Also note Sunbeam has a 3 year warranty on electric blankets. If Date Of Purchase is less than 3 years ago call 1800025059 option 1 to speak to their Customer Service,

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