Set the temperature on your mug press to 350 degrees and the timer to 2 seconds. After placing the mug in the mug press and the mug press reaching 350 degrees, and 2 seconds expires the buzzer will sound indicating the mug transfer is completed. The mug press will idle at between 200 and 250 degrees.
Never leave the mug press closed without a mug in the press.
Cut a piece of the teflon from the Teflon sheet to create a wrap to use as an insulator for the mug. The Teflon
will tend to even out the heat being applied and prevent any dye-sub ink from transferring to the heat belt.