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  1. I have a very, very old kiln that I got from my sister. She no longer has the instructions for it. It's called a Medallion Electric Kiln. (I don't believe it's related to the Medallion Olympic kiln.) I'm wondering if it's worth trying to use it since I have no experience with kilns. It's 250 volts, 20 amps, 4000 watts, cone 8, 2300 max temperature with a Skutt-K kiln sitter. I'm sure it would be easier to start with a newer model, but I don't know how much kilns change over the years and if this one is worth anything. Should I sell it? Give it away? Keep it an try to figure out how it
  2. I have an old Paragon H13 Kiln. I cannot find any information about it. I know it is more than 40 years old because my dad had it in the 70s. Maybe the 60s. The wires are old and need replacing. I don't think it is wired correctly. When the switches are set to high it looks like each element will get 120V from each leg of the 220V input. On the low setting it looks like they get wired in series but one side of the lower element switch is not connected to anything. Can anyone provide a wiring diagram for this kiln? Someone added a Dawson Kiln Sitter to the kiln but it is missing the c
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