kchase235 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 19 20:36:35 EDT 2016
I spoke to tech support today and he explained how to pre-heat. Actually easy. I guess this is
Key in bisque firing. Would this principle still apply when glazing?
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> On Jul 19, 2016, at 12:43 PM, Jim Brown <jbrown1000 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ken, never saw a controller before but lady asked me if I knew how to
> change the one she was using. Sat down in front of it and went through the
> program she was using and figured out what she wanted. After a couple of
> tries, figured out how to put in new program.
> Next day she brought in the manual and after reading through it could then
> plan any program one could want.
> Don't know what controller you have but there should be a pre-heat program
> already in it - if not, shame on them. I don't know of anyone that does
> not slowly bring the heat up or leave on low overnight - just plain good
> horse sense.
> At last resort, you CAN start a program, let it run for a while to bring
> temp up to around 190 or so and then stop it, start it all over again.
> That would be a pain but would be last resort.
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