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The controller shows the wrong temperature. Tapping the kiln’s switch box makes the correct temperature appear.

This is a symptom of loose thermocouple connections. The thermocouple senses temperature inside the kiln. If the wires from the thermocouple to the controller are loose, the temperature in the display may fluctuate.

Check the connector screws on the thermocouple block. It is on the other side of the wall where the thermocouple appears in the firing chamber. Also make sure the thermocouple wire connectors are tight on the back of the controller circuit board. (Note: Some of the small kilns do not have a thermocouple block. The only thermocouple connections on those kilns are at the back of the controller.)



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