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  1. Hi folks, A potter friend of mine has an old L&L Kiln. She is "technically challenged" so I offered to put a flyer together for her. I know she paid 6k for it in 1989 but she used it a lot back then. It is in working condition and the elements have about a half life left in them. Since it's all about the market and who happens to be looking at the time we've discussed a multi-pronged approach and posting it at two local art centers that teach pottery (one is a Potter's Association) as well as listing it on Craig's List, Facebook Potter's Attic, PottersWeb.net, and maybe the classifieds here (which I just discovered). Anyhow, we're having trouble settling on a value for it, so I'm hoping you all may have some suggestions. Thank you in advance. (BTW: It's located in Connecticut) Here's the description: L&L Large Electric Top-loader Cone 10 rating 5 rings, 5 thermocouples. - may be operated with fewer rings. Interior Dimensions: 29” dia x 45”h with 2.5” brick Good working condition. Jupiter Econo model: J2945 LT-3 Kiln Sitter Amps:100 Watts: 20,800 Kw20.8 Voltage ac/1ph208. (Does not require 3-phase commercial circuit. May be operated using a residential panel with a correctly size breaker) 13 half shelves 3/4 inch thick Lots of kiln furniture Working pyrometer Extra sitter cones I suggested she might want to add the top ring and get pics of the interior as well as all of the kiln furniture. TIA
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