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Complete eQuad-Pro Kiln Instruction Manual

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Complete eQuad-Pro Instruction Manual. This is the entire manual that comes with your eQuad-Pro Instruction Manual
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General Instructions
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Complete Liberty-Belle Instruction Manual

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Complete Liberty-Belle Instruction Manual. This is the entire manual that comes with your Liberty-Belle kiln.
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General Instructions
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Complete Easy-Fire Instruction Manual

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Complete Easy-Fire Instruction Manual. This is the entire manual that comes with your Easy-Fire kiln.
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USA
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How to reduce tension on the Easy-Lift Spring Hinge

  1. There are two normal tension adjustments for the Easy-Lift Spring Hinge.

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Fuego & Robin Instruction Manual for Australia

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Complete instruction manual for Robin & Fuego kilns sold in Australia
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Instructions
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What makes elements melt and sag?

  1. Getting glaze on the element can cause that to happen.
  2. It can also happen sometimes from a combination of things, not involving direct contact with glaze.

Parallel vs. Series Wiring - Three Element Rings

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The proper configurations for parallel and series wiring on kiln rings with three elements.
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See this if your kiln has two elements.

What is the right temperature to fire to on the first firing?

A customer asks: I have a question regarding this first test firing.

Can I put a Small Standard Element in an Element Holder designed for a Large Element?

Yes - there is no problem putting a smaller element in a larger holder. Just be careful on the first firing so that the element doesn't come out of the holder while it is still "springy".

I blew up a a piece of ceramic, how do I get glaze out of the wall and off the element?

  1. Dig it out of the wall carefully.
  2. Use safety glasses and a dremel to carefully grind the glaze off the
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