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Old 04-19-2011, 08:05 PM
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So do you really need a door kill switch?



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Originally Posted by Pete VanderLaan View Post
You have to make sure that the clamp is tight though. I had an element slip through the clamp on my first furnace and it dropped down and touched the pot. That proved to be pretty exciting when I had been gathering all morning and saw the contact. That furnace did not have a door kill switch. Nothing happened. You just don't conduct below 50 volts.
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