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Evenheat Kiln-Looking For A User Manual

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Hey all

 

I'm a Brand new neophyte to the pottery gang, and have just purchased a second-hand EvenHeat Kiln w/Kiln Sitter and am trying to find a user guide. I've tried the EvenHeat website, but they don't post their manuals, alas.

 

Does anyone know a site that I could download the user guide from? It's 220v, the woman I bought it from said it's definitely cone 6 and might fire at cone 10. I say that like I know what I'm talking about, but I don't, except in very vague terms. (put cone in kiln sitter, cone melts, sitter turns off??)

 

She said she paid about $1500 new, I think it's about 6-10 years old. I got it for $250. Might be a good deal, who knows.......................cher

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Hey all

 

I'm a Brand new neophyte to the pottery gang, and have just purchased a second-hand EvenHeat Kiln w/Kiln Sitter and am trying to find a user guide. I've tried the EvenHeat website, but they don't post their manuals, alas.

 

Does anyone know a site that I could download the user guide from? It's 220v, the woman I bought it from said it's definitely cone 6 and might fire at cone 10. I say that like I know what I'm talking about, but I don't, except in very vague terms. (put cone in kiln sitter, cone melts, sitter turns off??)

 

She said she paid about $1500 new, I think it's about 6-10 years old. I got it for $250. Might be a good deal, who knows.......................cher

 

The Internet is chock full of information. You might try a search also try http://www.ABE.com Although Evenheat doesn't have an online library why not contact customer support there and ask if they have manuals for your model??

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Hey all

 

I'm a Brand new neophyte to the pottery gang, and have just purchased a second-hand EvenHeat Kiln w/Kiln Sitter and am trying to find a user guide. I've tried the EvenHeat website, but they don't post their manuals, alas.

 

Does anyone know a site that I could download the user guide from? It's 220v, the woman I bought it from said it's definitely cone 6 and might fire at cone 10. I say that like I know what I'm talking about, but I don't, except in very vague terms. (put cone in kiln sitter, cone melts, sitter turns off??)

 

She said she paid about $1500 new, I think it's about 6-10 years old. I got it for $250. Might be a good deal, who knows.......................cher

 

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I have the user manual for Event heat Kiln but it doesn't refer to a model or year ...

 

I would be glad to copy it and mail it to you if you want me to.

otherwise I guess I would have to scan each page in to e-mail to you.

 

It's a great kiln...bought it used 15 yrs ago and it's still going strong.

 

Sharon Zachary

sharonsdesigns@comcast.net

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I have the user manual for Event heat Kiln but it doesn't refer to a model or year ...

 

I would be glad to copy it and mail it to you if you want me to.

otherwise I guess I would have to scan each page in to e-mail to you.

 

It's a great kiln...bought it used 15 yrs ago and it's still going strong.

 

Sharon Zachary

sharonsdesigns@comcast.net

 

 

Wow, that is SO generous, thanks much. However, I did, in fact, contact, EvenHeat and they were amazingly helpful. The person I was dealing with emailed me a PDF file for the kiln sitter, and from what I can gather off the 'net, using/loading an electric kiln is pretty much the same, regardless of the brand. I'm really happy to hear that your EvenHeat kiln is working so well. I'm hoping to try a test fire some time today!

 

Again, thanks so much!........................cher

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I also have an Evenheat Kiln model 4320 that I traded for a home gym and have been searching for the owner's manual all day (it didn't come with it). Would you be able to email it to me? Let me know. Thanks!

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I also have an Evenheat Kiln model 4320 that I traded for a home gym and have been searching for the owner's manual all day (it didn't come with it). Would you be able to email it to me? Let me know. Thanks!

 

 

Did you get the manual you need? I am an art teacher and we have an Evenheat maybe two... I've been there 11 years...they were there when I got there. I don't know the model numbers but I have the manuals... feel free to email me at tplatt@rtnj.org if you still want a copy.

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