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  1. Hi, I have purchased a second hand Potclays 39 Silver Kiln. The kiln is around 20 years old but has only had light use. This is the first kiln I have ever owned so I have no experience to fall back on. The instruction manual suggests you do two test firings, so I thought I would do that to start with. The first test firing, to 750 degrees, was completely successfully, with the kiln reaching temperature in the estimated time range. I put the bungs in the three peep holes on the side of the kiln around 4 hours into the firing time and left the peep hole in the lid open. The second
  2. Is it possible to rebuild a kiln lid? My Duncan EA-1029 Pro-Plus runs great but the ceramic fiber lid and floor are in tough shape. I'm considering building (vs. replacing) the lid using firebrick and kiln cement. Is this an option? Thanks for your feedback. I've been searching for answers for weeks and was led to this forum.
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