I have a top loading gas kiln. The burners fire upward, so they are underneath the floor. The door is the roof and has a pulley to raise it. I have to climb stairs to set it as I am short, but I don't find it difficult. It is still easier than holding a shelf out in front of me. Setting a top loader is much easier on the lumber region and the setting can be seen from three different angles. I do find that I have to put my weight on the walls, which are brick, lined with fibre. If I remake it in soft insulating bricks, I will have to find some way of supporting myself, other than the walls.
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