Thanks for the quick response and the information you provided. I have not been able to turn the unit on yet as I am waiting for the electrician to run power to it. I will let him know to use a 60 amp breaker and also have him replace the power cord.
I have a few more questions.
Do you know what the top two switches and the bottom 4 switches each do?
Which 3 switches are the elements?
Thanks for the advice on getting some cones. Do you know a good place to get them and which cone number(s) will I need? The kiln will be used for firing greenware from a slip mold and firing on some painted ceramics. I apologize if my terminology is not up to par yet.
I was able to find a user manual for the sitter this morning so I will go through that and make sure it is adjusted properly. So once the sitter is properly adjusted, to use the kiln basically, it is my understanding that we will load up with needs to be fired, insert the correct number cone into the sitter, turn on all the switches and when it reaches the correct temp / time the sitter will shut down the kiln.
Do you have a recommendation for a good supplier of kiln and sitter parts? Just in case the kiln or sitter needs replacement parts.