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    The person from MDP I spoke to said it’s probably loose wiring and refunded that blanket for me.

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    Added link for signzworld press to post.

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    Added two quick videos inserting a mug and changing mugs.

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    You mention you put the mugs in warm water? What is the reason for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by idealsupply View Post
    You mention you put the mugs in warm water? What is the reason for this?
    it stops the sublimation process avoiding blurring or ghosting on your mugs.
    I have found some mugs the print rises up the mug if I don’t dunk them leaving a Smokey type effect above the print.

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    Hi, I'm just looking at buying this press, can I check when the press reaches 185 *c if I put a room temperature mug in, the temp will drop and then heat back up to 185 *c is this when the timer starts or does the timer start as soon as the mug goes in?

    The timer on my current press starts once the press goes back up to the
    180 *c so affectively my mug is in the press for longer than 185 secs.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrteajunkie View Post
    it stops the sublimation process avoiding blurring or ghosting on your mugs.
    I have found some mugs the print rises up the mug if I don’t dunk them leaving a Smokey type effect above the print.
    Ahh ok, thanks for the tip.

    Slightly off topic, do you ever print the colour grey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by idealsupply View Post
    Ahh ok, thanks for the tip.

    Slightly off topic, do you ever print the colour grey?
    Yes A few of my mugs have grey on them. (Cartoon dogs)
    not had any issues with any colours using the method as posted in 1st post.

    It’s only If I leave the workshop to answer the door or the phone rings and the mug gets an extra few minutes and gets over cooked that I have issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0202 View Post
    Hi, I'm just looking at buying this press, can I check when the press reaches 185 *c if I put a room temperature mug in, the temp will drop and then heat back up to 185 *c is this when the timer starts or does the timer start as soon as the mug goes in?

    The timer on my current press starts once the press goes back up to the
    180 *c so affectively my mug is in the press for longer than 185 secs.

    Thank you
    I put the mug in when Press reaches temp.
    timer starts as son as I close the press.

    I thought I had described this in the 1st post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrteajunkie View Post
    I put the mug in when Press reaches temp.
    timer starts as son as I close the press.

    I thought I had described this in the 1st post?
    Thank you for getting back to me, I don't think your first post mentioned when the timer starts? just said to remove the mug after the 180 secs so thought I would double check.

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