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  1. Wow! Thank you so much for all of the info!
  2. Yikes! Yes, they offer 3" but I bought the 2.5" since that is what was in my Vulcan and the heat radiation was minimal. This one puts off enough heat that I don't think I'll be able to work on the days I fire!. LOL Thanks for the info!
  3. I have just purchased a new L&L kiln E-18t with the quad coils (3.9 cf) My old kiln was a vulcan with a kiln sitter and switches (3.2 cf) The new unit heats up my entire garage verses very little heat radiation of my old one when used at the same settings. Is it normal for these kilns to radiate this much heat externally?
  4. Although the L&L manual addresses the setting for the first firing, the instructions are placed in with the instructions for the dynatrol intergace which I didn't purchase. (Hence my caution to fire differently) I have made a suggestion to L&L to pull these out to not be under a specific controller but standalone "first firing instructions"
  5. Sorry for the 2nd post. They say to place furniture in the kiln for the initial firing as well. Do I need to put all of the furniture that came in the kit through this initial firing for oxidation as well or do I just need to fill it up with a reasonable amount?
  6. Hi, I just received my new e18t L&L kiln and had them upgrade the controller to a gemesis touch screen. The literature for the dynacontrol controller (stock controller) states that the initial test firing is a slow bisque at cone 5 (not 05) and should last 12-16 hours. The Genesis instructions say use a fast glaze 04 for 4 hours unless mfg says differently. Mfg can't seem to answer my question. How do I program the Genysis controller for this initial firing and which firing setting should I use? Genysis settings or dynacontrol? They say you must do this empty to create the oxidation needed on the bricks...
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