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Blanket control started flashing E2. What does it mean? I have unplugged to reset it but it did not change.

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SOURCE: The 2 controls to our electric blanket are flashing "FF". What does that mean, plus there's no heat at all from it.

With the Sunbeam blankets that I have owned, FF meant that there was a bad connection somewhere. Have you tried the unplugging and replugging the Controller cord back into the blanket? Make sure it is plugged in GOOD AND TIGHT. If that part is connected as tightly as it can go, you may have a defective element.

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http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_the_flashing_code_F2_mean_on_the_Sunbeam_Dual_Electric_Blanket

http://www.consumeraffairs.com/homeowners/sunbeam.html

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http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/sunbeam-heating-blanket-c134216.html

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