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I also have this issue. It's a cress e27. Serial 9909dd.  With the electronic display. I see no manufacturer of the control board. After a while the periods after the PFC disappear. 

 

I expected the kiln to read idle and flash the internal temp. 

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11 hours ago, Tim Davis said:

I also have this issue. It's a cress e27. Serial 9909dd.  With the electronic display. I see no manufacturer of the control board. After a while the periods after the PFC disappear. 

 

I expected the kiln to read idle and flash the internal temp. 

I’ll take a guess. P is for Power. F is for Failure. C is for … uh …. I don’t know. But anyways, was there a power failure at your house right before this code appeared?

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Am finding multiple references PF == Power Failure, however, none for PFC (kiln controller display).
...had fun looking though. Below is a representative excerpt.

PF - Power Failure Power was lost during a firing and the kiln temperature was below 140 F (60 C) or the kiln temperature dropped more than 250 degrees during the power outage.

Q. How do I clear the "PF" from the display?
A. Press the "1" key. After several seconds the current temperature will be displayed. Several other numbers or STOP may be displayed before the current temperature.

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