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After moving our Sunbeam Electric blanket and reconnecting it, we are unable to get it to work. The readings on the controls are "88" or what looks almost like a "22". Can you help?

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  • c2ctraveler Feb 05, 2010

    This has happened before and the instructions that came with the blanket worked us through the problem. Unfortunately, moving has put the instructions where we can not get to them at this time.

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Well there could be an open circuit condition somewhere in the blanket. Did anything heavy fall on the blanket which could cut one of the coils? I don't know what the 88 means but since it turns on and doesn't blow a breaker I would say nothing is shorted so there must be an open circuit somewhere. Not really worth repairing for safety reasons though. Good luck!

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