Originally Posted by CSMASHE
I am trying to catch it on the way up. When I do it then starts to fall (below 200 after a while). It keeps falling over an hours time frame. I slightly open the ball valve and then it starts to rise. It will rise to 300 or so if I don't try and bring it down again over the next hour to hour and a half. I am opening and closing it so little that there is not a smaller step that I can take.
Thanks for the help.
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Remove that riser. I guarantee it will lock in temps much faster.
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