Thanks for your quick reply Dennis, I really appreciate it, and it sounds like you really know your business about this stuff..... BUT
in my manual - it does indicate that these settings can be changed to suite whatever need you have, BUT THEN EVERYTHING GETS REALLY COMPLICATED (FOR ME - I'M SURE MOST OF YOU OUT THERE ARE WONDERING WHY THE HELL I CAN'T READ AND UNDERSTAND THE MOST SIMPLE AND BASIC INSTRUCTIONS...AND PROBBLY WONDER HOW MANY TIMES I'VE BURNED DOWN THE HOUSE( DOES ALMOST ONCE COUNT?), BEEN TO THE "ER" FOR MAJOR AND MINOR BURNS (ONLY ONCE! BUT IT WAS A WORTHWHILE TRIP - IF I'M GONNA DO IT, I MAKE IT WORTHWHILE - 3rd DEGREE!! ENTIRE RIGHT THUMB!! AT LEAST AT THAT DEGREE - YOU DON'T HAVE ANY PAIN B/C YOU'VE BURNED AWAY ALL THE NERVES!)
OOPS...THERE I GO... GETTING OFF THE BEATEN PATH AGAIN!! (NOW YOU UNDERSTAND WHY I CAN'T UNDERSTAND THE MANUAL!!)
Anyone else out there able to explain this Annealing on a System 96 Kiln to me (in "Fun With Dick & Jane" Language, of course!) ????
I'm only asking because....My Chile Pepper broke (after less than a year!!
) (Could that be as minor as a thermal coupler? ANYONE KNOW ABOUT THAT??? Just hoping I could use one of the kilns I already have....I'm still hurting from the expense of the Chilli Pepper. I got it here from someone who happened to have 2.... I think she ended up getting one for a gift at the same time she was awaiting delivery of one she purchased...Lets not even go to that place called "Didn't you send in your warranty card?"
If there even was one, I DID NOT