Question about Sunbeam SG7621SP Grill
My sunbeam heated mattress pad came with me. I bought a transformer to convert voltage from 110 to 220, I have been having the same problem with blinking a minute after I turn it on and there is no heat coming through!! I have tried unplugging and re-setting. Please help, it's the middle of winter down here and very very cold!!
It seems like the AC converter may not have the ability to procduce enough current. Check the wattage of the heat pad then see how many watts the converter can produce. (watts = volts x amps). You can buy a good Sunbeam electric blanket in NZ for about $110NZ, a capable AC converter may cost you considably more. Enjoy your stay in NZ!
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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