• 4" X 8.5" Heat Platen
  • 3.5" X 6" standard lower platen
  • Auto Reset Timer
  • Easy read temperature gauge
  • Optional Interchangeable platens
  • Scratch Resistant powder coat finish
  • Power: 420W

    Note: Any graphics software will work as long as it prints on heat transfer paper.
  • US Warranty 1 year limited warranty on defects in materials and workmanship.
  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
  • Voltage:110V/60Hz
  • Power:420W
  • Temperature range: 0-240C
  • Time Range: 0-999 seconds
  • Working Area: 3" X 6"

    Selecting between Celsius and Fahrenheit in Flat Heat Press (.pdf)
    Manual for multi function heat press (.ppt)

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The following is the instruction to change the temperature settings from Fahrenheit or Celsius.

Changing between Celsius and Fahrenheit

1. Press and hold set button until top display shows a red P and bottom display flashes 27 in green.

2. Press set button several times until display read LCH in red and 0 flashing green in bottom.

3. Press arrow up key until the display reads 1 in green.

4. Press set key- top display will show a red P and bottom will flash in green.

5. Press set key several times until display reads CLP on top in red and 1 or 0 in bottom display (1 means your machine is set to Fahrenheit- 0 means it set to Celsius).

6. Press arrow buttons to change from 1 Fahrenheit or 0 Celsius.

7. Press and hold set button until temp and time appear in the display.