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Appears to be that the power is not getting to the temperature controllers. Suspect a problem in the wiring between the wall outlet (if not the wall outlet) to the temperature controllers. Look for broken plug at end of cord or a break in the cord between the plug and the controller. Last, you may have to look at the connections inside the temperature controller the power cord goes to in order to see if there is something loose inside. But do this with the blanket unplugged.

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SOURCE: When connecting the dual controllers

Generally, when you're putting electrical things together, you assemble first, then plug in.

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