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Biddeford Plush Electric Blanket

No matter the weather, this Biddeford electric blanket will keep you cozy. It's the perfect cold-weather bedding for the couch, bedroom or guest room. Count on comfort using this heated blanket.
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Customer questions and answers for Biddeford Biddeford Plush Electric Blanket

Question
can you wash it?
Age: 25-34
Shops online: Less than five times per year
Shops in store: Once a month
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
by
Jackie
Pittsburgh, PA
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answer 1
Yes, put it through the washer and dryer on delicate.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
demor
Massachusetts
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answer 2
Yes, but it is only following very carful laundering instructions. "Wash by hand or as follows in automatic washer using slow agitation and normal spin speed. Fill washer with warm water. Add minimum amount of all purpose detergent, agitate to dissolve. Add bedding and soak for five minutes. Agitate for two minutes. Spin. Fill for cool rinse, agitate one minute then spin. Dry in an automatic dryer on low heat, five minutes only, or line dry. Remove bedding from dryer and drape over paralles lines or a shower rail to finish drying." Also do not use a commercial dryer such as in a laundromat.
Age: Over 65
Shops online: Less than five times per year
Shops in store: Less than five times per year
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
by
Blondie123
Flanders
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answer 3
Yes, I have washed my blankets with no issues....... just wash on gentle
Age: 55-65
Shops online: Once every two weeks
Shops in store: Once every two weeks
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
by
SNUGGLER
PA
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answer 4
The labeling on the blanket says it's machine washable but I've never tried to wash mine. I've never really understood how an electric blanket can be machine washable without ruining it so I don't want to take a chance. :-)
Age: 35-44
Shops online: Once a week
Shops in store: Once a month
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
jeff1sue1
Abilene
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We purchased this blanket 2 years ago and now one side of the control dosn't work. what can we do to get a new control unit?
asked 3 years, 3 months ago
by
Judi
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answer 1
Contact Biddeford Customer Service at 800-789-6441. Controller should be free under 5 year warranty.
Age: Over 65
Shops online: Less than five times per year
Shops in store: Less than five times per year
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
by
Fisher
CA
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answer 2
You can take it back to Kohl's and they will exchange it for a new blanket. If you have the original receipt and package it will be easier. You can also send it back to the manufacturer for a replacement but you will need the receipt for the warranty. If you have the original instruction booklet it will give you the information to call them for instructions on returning it. Some companies require returning the entire blanket even for one control.
Age: 45-54
Shops online: Less than five times per year
Shops in store: Once a month
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
Tammy95
Aurora
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answer 3
DID YOU SEND IN YOUR CARD TO CERTIFY THE WARANTEE.. YOU CAN ALWAYS CALL OR ONLINE THE PRODUCT NAME WITH THE NUMBER ON THE BLANKET AND SEE IF PART CAN BE REPLACED =-)
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
by
cmrbm
n.h.
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How safe are these for use with persons with incontinency/bed wetting?
Age: 55-65
Shops online: Once every two weeks
Shops in store: 6-10 times per year
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
by
Nurse2
New Hampshire
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answer 1
I've had electric blankets since they were first invented when I was a child. They are wonderful. Not in all those years - I'm in my 70s - has there been any problem with broken wires or the blanket overheating without cause (if you think the blanket is overheating, it is usually because your body temp is different and you are responding differently to the blanket. Turn it down, it will be fine...). These blankets wash very well. Just because you don 't understand why they wash well....have some faith. They are labeled for machine washability, so they are washable. Do you think the manufacturer is trying to trick you?? These blankets are nothing to be afraid of. There's enough out there to be afraid of - say, certain obstreperous Congressmen, who are very very scary - but electric blankets are not among them.
Age: Over 65
Shops online: Only around holidays
Shops in store: Less than five times per year
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
by
shopper1
greenville sc
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answer 2
I would never use an electric blanket with a person with bed wetting problems of any kind. I would never use an electric blanket with an ill person, with a person with bladder control issues, with a person who cannot get out of the bed quickly and agily, with a child, or with a pet. It just makes common sense that any of the above could cause a dampness issue that could lead to interference with the electric wires. Even washing an electric blanket worries me. I always keep my electric blanket between two sheets that I can wash regularly just so I do not have to wash the blanket. In my opinion, a blanket is a two or three year investment at the most, and in the trash it goes. There is no way to inspect the wires to see if someone has broken the coating...by stepping on it, by your weight crushing it during sleep, by washing/drying it, by rolling the wheels of the bed or a chair over it, or just by a dog doing his regular digging to make a nest on your bed routine. Electric blanks are not fragile, but definitely for use by a competent adult only.
Age: 55-65
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
by
BeachB
Huntsville
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answer 3
Well this blanket says that it's washable but I've never understood how an electric blanket could be washable so I've never tried it. I'm just worried that if I throw this thing in the washing machine and get it all wet, then it's not going to work after that since the coils will have gotten wet. My little toddler sleeps in bed with us sometimes and every once in a while his pull-up leaks and it soaks our bed but what I did was put this electric blanket on top of another thick blanket that's on my bed. So when he gets our bed all wet, he just gets the sheets wet and the first blanket. So that way the electric blanket never gets wet since it's on top of another blanket. That works great for us so you might try that. :-)
Age: 35-44
Shops online: Once a week
Shops in store: Once a month
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
jeff1sue1
Abilene
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I need a full size blanket with dual controls. Am I out of luck?
Age: 55-65
Shops online: Less than five times per year
Shops in store: Once a month
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
by
concerned elf
Tn
on Biddeford Plush Electric Blanket
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answer 1
The queen size one has dual controls and there's not much difference in size between a full size and a queen so you should just get the queen. My son has a full size bed with queen size bedding on it and it's not overly big. It's actually a good fit.
Age: 35-44
Shops online: Once a week
Shops in store: Once a month
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
jeff1sue1
Abilene
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answer 2
This electric blanket in a Full size only has one controller.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
kohlsanswerssh
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answer 3
This blankets will serve you well. Comes in sizes up to King with dual controls.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
poohbear48
Myrtle Beach
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What country is this blanket made in
What country is this blanket made in ?????
Age: Over 65
Shops online: Once a week
Shops in store: Once a week
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
by
Peggy
/tx
on Biddeford Plush Electric Blanket
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answer 1
The Biddeford plush heated blanket is made in China.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
kohlsanswersmp
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answer 2
I have one ordered for a Christmas gift; label says "made in China."
Age: 55-65
Shops online: Once a week
Shops in store: Once a month
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
CeeKay
Springfield, MO
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are they made in the usa
is the biddeford plush electric blanket made in the usa
Age: 55-65
Shops online: Once a week
Shops in store: Once a week
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
by
billie
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answer 1
The country of origin for the Biddeford Plush Electric Blanket may change based on manufacturing. You can refer to the product label for the most up to date information.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
KohlsAnswersKK
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answer 2
i would like to know the answer also, without a maybe. yes or no , is these made in the USA
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
craftkal
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Does this electric blanket have the preheat function?
Age: 55-65
Shops online: Once a week
Shops in store: Once every two weeks
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
by
LL
Iowa
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answer 1
The Biddeford Plush Electric Blanket does not have a pre-heat function, but it does not take long to heat up.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
KohlsAnswersAFK
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answer 2
No
Age: 35-44
Shops online: Once a week
Shops in store: Once a month
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
jeff1sue1
Abilene
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Are there any California Kings in electric blankets?
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
by
Gma
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answer 1
I use the Sunbeam King size on my CA King size bed and it is plenty big enough. Have had it more than a year and don't know why I waited so long to buy it!!
Age: 45-54
Shops online: 6-10 times per year
Shops in store: 6-10 times per year
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
by
LikesShopping05
Boston
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answer 2
Currently there are no Cal King electric blankets.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
by
kohlsanswers2as
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how far apart are the heating wires
Age: Over 65
Shops online: Less than five times per year
Shops in store: Only around holidays
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
by
sejo
Nevada, USA
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answer 1
3-4 inches
Age: 55-65
Shops online: 6-10 times per year
Shops in store: 6-10 times per year
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
by
sunflowergirl55
sacramento
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answer 2
about 3 inches
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
by
MrsJmn
Gleason
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Question
Voltage
I am looking for a low voltage electric blanket. Which of your products would satisfy that need?
Age: 55-65
Shops online: Less than five times per year
Shops in store: Once every two weeks
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
by
AZtoMI
AZ
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answer 1
Biddeford Plush
Electric Blanket 93175646
Age: 55-65
Shops online: Once a month
Shops in store: Once a month
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
by
MamaSuz
Burlington
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answer 2
Look at the warming blankets rather the heating type.
Age: 45-54
Shops online: Once a week
Shops in store: Once every two weeks
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
by
bobkat90
Jamestown, nc
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