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updated sun 24 aug 03


Penni Stoddart on sat 23 aug 03

Loaded and turned on a bisque load tonight (better to do it through the =
night allowing for power usage - I thought). Turned it on low at 6:30 =
(read - put 2 switches on). Asked hubby to go out and turn on other 3 =
switches and close peeps at around 9:30pm as I was heading up to lay =
with #2 child. Went out to check if the kiln was off at 1 am - it should =
have been. NOT!
Timer still going - all the switches turned off.
Lesson learned - If I want it done right, do it myself!!! Now I will =
have to get up at 6am when hubby gets up for work and check the kiln =
Penni Stoddart
of Penelope's Pots
Full Time Education Assistant,
Part Time Potter

Sometimes we just need to remember what the rules of life
really are... You need only two tools: WD-40 and duct tape.
If it doesn't move and it should, use WD-40. If it moves and
shouldn't, use the duct tape.