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M035 How to Test a Kiln’s Amperage (2 min 46 sec)

As the kiln’s heating elements age, the kiln amperage goes down. In this video you will learn to read the amps on a multimeter (ammeter) during kiln operation. Please be careful not to touch live connections inside the switch box while performing an ammeter test.



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