Question about Sunbeam 722 Auto Shut-Off Heating Pad Heater
Unplug & then plug in... will help for a little while, but the F1 will return. Sorry.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
If you're getting an F1 error you probably have a dead short in the pad itself. That is what I found wrong with mine. I opened up the pad and found one of the wires on the female plug actually got hot enough to burn through the wire causing the short. No way to repair with the molded plug, You'll need to invest in a new one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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