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Erik Hertz

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  1. Hi Suzy, On my new Olympic 10 cubic foot kiln the controller is factory set to turn off if it get too hot(160 degrees) This feature is not mentioned in the manual and I couldn’t find it online. My first 2 cone 7 firings were interrupted several times resulting in over firing, because it spent so much time above 2000. The suggest fix is to put a fan on it to cool the controller!! I called the kiln manufacturer and they showed me how to change the top hot number to 200 degrees. It fired normally last night, but kept me checking it for hours near the end. I am amazed that this kiln con
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