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If I turn the Limit Time dial to 5, the Kiln Sitter always shuts off at around 4. What Limit Timer settings should I use for greenware, underglaze, and glaze?

If the Kiln Sitter shuts off at around 4, then turning the dial to 5 gives you a one-hour margin of safety. This means that after the cone bends and shuts the kiln off, there is still one hour of time left on the Limit Timer. If the cone failed to bend and the Kiln Sitter did not shut off, the kiln would continue to fire for another hour until the Limit Timer shut it off. We suggest setting the Limit Timer half way between 4 and 5 so that you have only a 30-minute safety margin.

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