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  1. Hey team, Could someone with a Paragon kiln rated to cone 10 (1288°C or 2350°F) confirm the temperature listed in their LIM/SFTY for me please? I recently purchased a new TNF243, and am having problems. Paragon support is slow to respond, so I'm asking the community now. The website and the information panel on the side of my kiln say it is rated to 2350°F, but the LIM/SFTY in the options say it will get to between Cone 4 & 5 (1177°C or 2150°F). I believe my kiln was installed with an AF4000 that has been configured with a lower rated kiln. Thanks for your time
  2. Help please! I have an old Paragon SNF-24 that I’ve never been able to successfully fire to cone 6. It bisques just fine. It stalls at about 1980F though. Since I’m about 115 ft from fuse box I had a #3 gauge copper wiring added, new disconnect box and hard wired the kiln. Now it stalls at @ 2080F. Electricians have tested voltage, ohms, and newish coils, new wires, barrels, etc. Never has it tripped the breaker. Just ordered ceramic blanket to add to space between kiln and floating lid to keep heat in. What am I missing? Or do I just give up?
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