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  1. Just asking because . Whe bisquing I have all bunbgs out till 700degC then put all in except one on lid, top loader electric. Done this for years, still solid logic? No vent
  2. I have an older Olympic kiln, probably a 2327, has a kiln sitter with the three interconnected boxes. My question relates to the plugs that join these boxes. I have seen them in the side of skutt boxes to join the boxes with each ring. Mine, on the Olympic, is in between the control boxes. Because of the heat coming from each joint between the rings, I eventually melt these plugs. After replacing several, and trying to block the heat with fireproofing, I removed the plugs and bypassed them. Is this a common problem, and is there a better way to deal with it.
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