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I have a Westpoint HOme electric blanket model 900 that is flashing error codes 1 on one side and 4 on the other. I've unplugged from wall, disconeected from the blanket, then reconnected to blanket and plugged into wall and it still flashed the error code. How can i reset it?

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The west point home model 900 was recalled for overheating.

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do away with the blanket, as it is an electrical issue, hazard!

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I think the board is burnt out on the unit and is in need of service or replacement through Sunbeam.

One can contact Sunbeam at 800-892-7684 for bedding.

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The flashing lights usually means theres a problem and the blanket has shut itself off so it wont cause a problem...Like burn down your house.

I love electric blankets but I have had little luck with them. Its only a matter of time before they get like this. I have never gotten one to work again after it has started to blink.

If you still have the box maybe there is a warranty.

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