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Trust me! This thing is a piece of ****! I bought one and loved the heat options that I bought three more for my wife and two daughters and their families. The next day mine went out. Took it to Walmart and traded it for another. Still pretty happy, figured I got a bad one. Three months later not a single one is working all have blinking green lights and won't allow you to do ANYTHING but unplug it! Five and all died the exact same death. Go to Walmart and each time they act surprised! NO WAY!!! This is a chronic problem with this product. I'm contacting the company tomorrow and am going to demand an ecplaination as to why they have not take this item off the market!
I had same issue w/ red blinking light on my Sunbeam controller SW114, pad CAT93. Was about to toss away but then got it to work perfectly by doing this:1. With unit UNplugged, press & hold the single grey controller button2. While pressing the controller button, plug the unit inUnit will power up in the 'warm' (green light) setting; pressing the controller button will cycle you thru the others modes.
I had this problem with a heating pad too. I tried turning it off, unplugging it, then plug it back in and see if the light is still blinking. If it's not, set it to the temp you want. My heating pad was very temperamental that way, it didn't want to be set before it was plugged in. I hope this works for you.
I have a Sunbeam heating pad with the SW204 controller that the High light blinks when it is plugged in. I called Sunbeam and the first thing they said is it cannot be plugged into a surge protector. Next, to reset it unplug it from the wall, then unplug the controller from the heating pad. Wait 30 seconds, then plug the controller back into the heating pad and then into the wall. It did the trick. However, when I move it to the bedroom plug it does the same blinking. Sunbeam is sending me a replacement heating pad. They appear to be very good with Customer Service since it is more than a year old.