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  1. Welp. I bought it second hand with all that damage already, & it recently made a trip across provinces, but it had insulating blankets inside and was securely packed in the back of a pickup truck. So the damage is from before I had it. I didn't realize it was in such bad shape...Any kiln techs in Nova Scotia? Removing the sleeve seems very intimidating.
  2. As an update on this situation, the shattered brick is still pretty sturdy, but the brick underneath feels loose and close to crumbling. I've watched some kiln brick replacement videos but they are all for segmented kilns, which my 5320XL is not. I guess the only thing to do is pin what I can and do a test firing? At a bit of a loss here, but maybe I'm overthinking it.
  3. Hi all, I just purchased this kiln secondhand and wanted to get some opnions on this brick damage. I think it might need to be replaced because it looks shattered all the way through, but I can't exactly tell without taking things apart (which i'm not sure how to do yet). On that note, does anyone know what bricks fit in this kiln? Or would I have to get a custom one made from Evenheat or PSH? Thanks!
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