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EmilyPotsMagnuson

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  1. Thank you for the reply Hulk. The problem isn't with the cord but with the plug. The wiring in the plug or outlet was loose and caused the outlet to melt to the plug. I have an electrician here fixing everything but I was researching parts to know what I would need in advance.
  2. Hello All, I need to replace the cord for my older 12-sided Skutt kiln. The kiln's age is over 20 years, and I'm not sure if all kilns with the same model number use the same cord/outlet. The plug on my cord says "50A-240V" so, 50 Amps and 240 Volts. I'm looking all over the internet, and can't tell if I've really found the right thing. If anyone knows for sure, confirmation would be great! Emily
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