- Apr 13, 2009
- Reaction score
I've seen on this forum several other posts where problems were had with Inkbird temperature controllers. I have three Inkbird ITC-310T-Bs and they all have the same issue. As you can see in the attached photo the "COOLING" socket is energized even though the controller is asking for heat (the "HEATING" socket is also energized). This isn't always the case, it just seems to randomly happen. If I reset the settings sometimes it will go back to working properly and other times it won't. Has anyone else experienced issues like this with this controller? Were you able to fix it? Does anyone have a solution for this? It's messing with my beer!