Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
The 1st thing you need to do is make sure the heating element is working, remove whatever panel u have to and gain access to the heating element connection from the power cord, measure the voltage there with a AC Voltmeter, it should read wall voltage when kiln temperature is tuned to its highest setting, if the heating element doesn't glow and the voltage at the heating element connection is ok and voltage is present then the heating element is defective, a common failure, if no voltage is present at the element suspect the power supply cord, do an OHM test with a meter, it should be less than 3 OHMS, if cord is ok replace the temperature control. If u are not sure of how to do these electrical tests have an electrical tech look at the problem, any appliance repair shop should be able to do these tests, remember high voltage is VERY DANGEROUS, exercise great caution when u test live circuits.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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