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Cracking 165F Barrier with B-2K
JimG
When you short the input terminals for a thermocouple, the instrument will report ambient temperature. This should be the case for any Hottop K-type control board.

How high is the indicated temperature when you close your NO switch? I might be concerned if it is above 150F.

Jim
 
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The night I threw everything together (a few days ago) and gave it go, it would show 250F pressing the button when the drum was at 350F.

I just gave it another go after reading your post (last night). This time the highest it read was 98F. Not sure what change since I put it together... I mean it has not moved one inch since I put the panels back on...

Besides for this oddity, I would say project was a success.
 
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