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Sunbeam Heating pad will not reset

Heating pad CAT93 Controller model SW114 will not reset after shutting off automatically. When plugged in red light just blinks!

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  • Denno1 Apr 08, 2008

    I have the same problem with my 92B heating pad controller -- the red light just blinks and I can't figure out how to reset it. Sunbeam's website offers no US customer support phone number ... HELP PLEASE! Dennis

  • luthx Jan 07, 2009

    same problem with sunbeam cat93 sw114 light goes from warm instantly to high, doesn't heat

  • kathleen750 Feb 21, 2009

    Sunbeam CAT93 heating pad with SW114 controller gets very hot then shuts off after about 10 minutes and won't reset until completely cool.

  • therron18 Apr 08, 2009

    The red light just blinks when i plug the CAT93 pad in with a sw114 controller.

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    The Sunbeam heating pad will not reset. On high after a few minutes the red light on high won't let me shut the unit off or switch to another setting. Also when the red light blinks the unit shuts off and this is not the 2 hour shut off light

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I have a Sunbeam heating pad with the SW204 controller that the High light blinks when it is plugged in. I called Sunbeam and the first thing they said is it cannot be plugged into a surge protector. Next, to reset it unplug it from the wall, then unplug the controller from the heating pad. Wait 30 seconds, then plug the controller back into the heating pad and then into the wall. It did the trick. However, when I move it to the bedroom plug it does the same blinking. Sunbeam is sending me a replacement heating pad. They appear to be very good with Customer Service since it is more than a year old.

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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    Sheryl McIver Jan 31, 2016

    I had the same problem and unplugging both ends did the trick. Thanks so much!

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My Sunbeat CAT93 Heating pad all of a sudden displayed "F!" on the "control pad". I followed the advice of "scorp_ca" -- it worked perfectly !!

Just unplug the pad, then, while holding down the "left" side of the rocker switch on the controller (at 9 o'clock), plug it in. (For me) It instantly "reset" to its normal display

Thanks, scorp !

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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I have done the following with the 811 type heating pad which had the same problem.
Push the controller button and keep it pressed, and plug in the heating pad. It seems to have somehow recycled it...


Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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Hard to think how they could mess up on something as simple as a heating pad. You plug it in it should work. Its not rocket science. But now i'm stuck with a very upset stomach at 330 in the morning and no heat to remedy it because this heating pad isn't working. Maybe sunbeam should start making something less complicated than heating pads. Perhaps Macaroni pictures or hats made out of newspaper.

Posted on Dec 04, 2011

  • Audrea Merchant Aug 03, 2013

    Soul Sistah! (or brotha) My back is aching, no heat. You made me laugh.:-)

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COME ON!! Macaroni pictures and newspaper hats? Stop being sarcastic and get real wouldja! Everybody knows popsicle stick frisbees are the only true way to deal with something like this!!

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Have the same problem. I have contacted Sunbeam support via email and they are very friendly and helpful so far. I will post when resolved.

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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  • yehrite69 Aug 01, 2008

    Just received an email from Sunbeam, they are sending me a new replacement pad.
    Just send them an email with all your purchase information.

    http://www.sunbeam.com/contactus.aspx?se...


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    Jerry Arsenault Oct 29, 2012

    Had the same problem and the solution offered by scorp_ca worked for me as well. Thanks.

  • Janet Hurguy Jan 06, 2014

    I'm going to give the scorp_ca remedy a try although I have unplugged it and it works after being plugged in. The only thing different is I didn't hold the control down. My heating pad keeps have F1 and now it had F2. I don't even know what that's suppose to mean!

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SW115D is my model. I used the FIX of unplugging both end for 30seconds. It worked, even using a surge protector. Now I'm on the road to happy. Thanks for the help and the chuckles...so how do those frisbees actually fly?

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    Haley H Jul 31, 2014

    I di dthe same just held the off button down as i plugged into my surge protector- Fixed the Prob! Thanks all who took the time to post their advice /tips- the advice :) Peace & One Love

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    Haley H Jul 31, 2014

    Sry - Wanted to Add mine is Model #SW104 (wrap around )- Peace and good luck :)

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    Haley H Jul 31, 2014

    sry bout the typos- wouldn't give an edit option-

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