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  1. I recently purchased an A.D. Alpine Inc Pottery wheel and the Foot Pedal shorts out. I cannot for the life of me find a manual on how the electrical is supposed to be. I believe it is a A.D.Alpine Inc Model # VSW-DC I could really use the help. Replacement parts would also be handy. Thank you, Brian HW
  2. I bought a used amaco kiln EX257 SF 240 Single phase and I’m looking for replacement elements. Amaco is 9-11 weeks out on replacement parts and I can’t find any stores online that carry them. Local shops in my area don’t carry Amaco kiln parts. I was told Skutt makes Amaco kilns, have found that other skutt parts work with my kiln - like feeder wires, terminal strip, relay, thermocouples etc. Does anyone know if there would be a skutt compatible kiln elements? Or anywhere that sells Ex 257sf elements? thanks!!
  3. Hello I'm buying an older mode of the crest kiln B-23-H. The current owner says that this model doesn't have kiln sitter but in the pictures there clearly is one. It was her late mothers and she doesn't know much about the kiln, I'm guessing the kiln sitter is broken. Has anyone been able to fix a kiln sitter? How difficult is it? I'm new to owning a kiln.
  4. Hi all, I have recently purchased a Podmore wheel to find that the whole electrics system needs repairing! not ideal Everything else in the wheel seems in good condition and would be a shame to write the wheel off! My uncle fixes motorbikes and deals with electrics so had a look at it and got it working but then it stopped again. we figure that someone previously has done some soldering work on it and basically it needs a replacement electric system. I rang Potterycrafts who took over Podmore in 1982 and asked if it could be refurbished or if they sell the parts and they said I would need to find an electrician who wanted to fix it for me and the modern wheels are so different electrically wise that we cant even combine the two. The wheel is currently in swindon, Wiltshire. Any ideas of how to get it fixed or who to ask? i really dont want to scrap it
  5. I have frozen greenware, which is pretty but I am worried about it cracking when fired. Should I smooth it back out once it has defrosted and then bisque fire it? Or is it doomed and heading for the reclaim bucket?
  6. Repairing hairline break from shipping on finished piece. Thinking loctite but I’ve never used it before.
  7. HI, I have a really long hairline crack in a sculpture that just came out of bisque fire :/ The crack is from the base to the neck, goes all the way through but very thin. Been doing research regarding Bisque fix, Mend it and paper clay. Looking for advise on which is better for hairline as cannot assure product completely fills the middle. Really want to glaze this to cone 6 without it separating even if I have to rebisque.,
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