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  1. I bought a third-hand kiln recently, which has some substantial cracks in the floor, as well as the remains of a number of glaze runs. It's a Paragon TnF-82, so it should be possible to turn the bottom over. However it looks like some of the cracks may go all the way through, so I'm worried that it'll fall apart if I try to flip it over. I'm not in a position to replace the floor right now, so is it best to leave it as is? In another thread, Mark C mentions that he puts his kilns on a thick piece of sheet metal to support them better. Would it be worth doing this for my kiln, given that it's only about 65cm in diameter? On the other hand, the support that came with the kiln looks like it could be a bit bigger.
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