Kristen. What machine do you have? Can you provide a photo?
I have a seprated temp and timer controller timer works. Just having trouble with temp. And my machine is manual.I forgot to ask, is your timer and temp controller separated on your press or is it all on 1 control interface? Is it a manual or semi-automatic press?
Ok, Do you know who the manufacture is for my kind of machine? I dont know the model of this machine either. I don't think my machine still under warrenty or not?Ok so if the heat keeps rising past your set temp and won't stop it's likely 1. Your solid state relay is faulty 2. Your digital temp controller is faulty. You can open up the back panel and locate the relay to see if it's working properly. *DO NOT work on the inside of the heat press while on or plugged in*. Most solid state relays have a red led showing if it's on, when it's a constant red light it means it's sending power to keep heating the plate up to the target temp, if it's blinking it means it's trying to regulate the heat according to what the controller has told it to. Check to see if yours has this and how it acts. If its functioning properly you
Might need to call the manufacture for a replacemt controller.
When I would set my temp to what the transfer sheets say. It burned my shirt the last time? I would had it set for around 300 when i first got my machine and it burned the transfer on shirt.I would think sublimation would need around 205C or 400F. 165 is around 330F. Just a thought.