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Sunbeam heating pad no longer heats. The red

Sunbeam heating pad no longer heats. The red light on high temperature just blinks and I can't click any other temperature. It's not that old. The heating pad model is CAT93, Controller model SW114. Thanks for any help you can give me.

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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.

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Throw away and purchase new one

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