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My temperature reading on my Spa Berry is rolling right to left like a slot machine. I have unplugged it and restated it with the same result?

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1. Remove the supply roll mandrels and the feed tray. The supply roll mandrels are now ready to accept
loading of the film rolls, wound with the polyester (shiny) side out. When viewed from the front of the
machine, the core grippers on both the top and bottom supply roll mandrels should point toward the
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side of the film must always go against the shoe. The dull (adhesive) side must face away from the shoe.
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6. Turn machine on and heat to the desired temperature.
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