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Cynthia Parker Houghton

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  1. Thankyou. I really appreciate you taking the time for this thorough response.
  2. I am not near the kiln to send photos but the bricks and element channels looked good and the elements were replaced 20 years ago and then never used. I just wanted to make sure that I can still get replacement parts for the switch boxes and kiln sitter. It's a hexagonal kiln two rings high and 18" in diameter. Model K18, Watts 4400, Volts 220/110, Amps 20. Obviously I'm concidering this because I don't want to spend $3000 for a kiln but I want something that works and is safe. Also, If I set this up in my basement and maybe want to get a bigger kiln later what kind of wiring should I
  3. I am concidering buying a used L&L Econo Kiln Serial # 11173 which I understand means it was new in 1973. The insulation bricks look in good condition. The lid has a minor crack. My question is does this kiln still have value? Can I replace the wiring?
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