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I have a Sunbeam Electric Blanket model BL07050 and plugged it back in after washing. Both controls now have the active light flashing green. Does this mean both controls are faulty or the blanket is faulty. Sunbeam sent instructions but this did not help - can you suggest anything please

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Hi. If you have a double or queen size blanket, switch the controls from one side to the other. If the fault follows the control, then the control is faulty. If the fault stays on the same side of the bed, then the blanket may be faulty. Most recent Sunbeam models have 3 years warranty. Once you've checked the controls, if it's under warranty call Sunbeam Customer Service on 1800025059 option 1 to report a warranty issue.

Otherwise: if the control is at fault, a new BL0750 has a recommended retail of $75.20. Get in contact with your local Sunbeam Service Centre via http://www.sunbeam.com.au/Pages/Support/Repairers.aspx
but if all else fails email me as I'm happy to help!

Posted on May 25, 2010

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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.

Posted on Sep 19, 2010

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Hi, the schematics for the electric blanket are not readily available online maybe due to the company's policy just like some others that i know. You may try your luck by contacting Sunbeam on (800) 667-8623 to make a request for the schematics.

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I did some searching-- and I came up with this Linkedin page-- seems to have some information-- Let me know if it helped-

http://www.linkedin.com/companies/jla-home

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

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but if all else fails email me as I'm happy to help!

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