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  1. Good morning all! Just opened my small electric kiln after a bisque firing. It was programmed - 100oC per hr to 600oC then 200oC per hour to 1000oC. I had 03 04 05 cones in a pack (really needed 04-05-06 but had this one to hand) on the bottom shelf and an 04 mini bar in the kiln sitter. The temperature was rising as expected early on, but slowed down at the upper end, so overall took about 10 hrs. No error message on the programmer. The work appears bisqued, but none of the cones, nor the minibar have changed in the slightest! Some small test pieces were glazed (Once fire) on one 1/2 with a low fire transparent (matures at 06-05) which looks fine. Any suggestions as to what is happening here? Is there anything I need to consider when glazing these pieces - all will be transparent, shiny glaze.
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