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  1. I set up a fission reactor and I placed a thermometer right next to it. I then connected the thermometer via rednet cable to a sticky piston/control rod setup. For some reason, the thermometer just seems to be gauging the temperature of the water surrounding the reactor and not the reactor itself. The result: I keep having to take the fissile fuel rod out really fast to avoid explosion. I don't want to do this. I want it all to be pretty much self sufficient. What am I doing wrong here? P.S. Yes, the colored bands on either side of the rednet cable are the same color.
  2. So I've built a fission reactor and for some reason when the temperature rises above the warning level, there's no redstone signal emitted. Anyone know if this is a bug? Been fiddling around with it for hours. If i remove and then re-add the redstone wire, the redstone signal is emitted. then once it returns to the base 22 degrees, it won't switch off to let the water heat up again. Any help much appreciated * I meant AS, not AE