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Tools and supplies
1 Make sure UHC is clean and at proper operating temperature.
2 Read and compare temperature of top heater plate.
The button end of the probe is placed against the plate being measured.
UHC heater plates are hot.
3 Read and compare temperature of bottom heater plate.
The pyrometer is showing a temperature within five degrees of the cabinet display, an acceptable margin.
The UHC-P narrow doesn’t display setpoint, only plate temperatures.
Use the Palm Pilot to recalibrate the cabinet, following steps in the operator’s manual.
The UHC-P software in the Palm Pilot is used to recalibrate the cabinet.
4 Read and compare temperatures for all UHC slots.
The temperature of all the heater plates is tested against the reading of the pyrometer.
Tip: Read and compare temperatures one slot at a time during low-volume periods.