My Heating Pad Control Is Flashing 'e'

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pastafreak | 17:10 Sat 07th Mar 2020 | Home & Garden
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It is also overheating...even on lowest setting, it's way too hot. Can it be fixed?


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The following is an 'opinion', rather than an 'answer', but I still think it's worth posting. (Please feel free to tell me that "the second word is 'off'" though, if you disagree!)

If any heating device isn't functioning properly, it's a potential fire risk. Even if someone here could come up with a 'fix' (which I doubt anyway), there would still be a possible risk of further overheating.

Much as I hate suggesting that it's time to throw something away, I think that you'd be extremely unwise to continue using the heating pad (with or without any kind of 'fix'). Please dispose of it, rather than put your life at risk!
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Thanks for your reply, Chris.
It actually reverted to behaving nicely later in the evening. But I suspect it may be at the end of its useful life. It's never on when I'm out of the room...I'll keep an eye on it.

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