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Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2015-03-18, 5:40am
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Posted By Arnold Howard
Failariel, I'm sorry to hear about the burned out...

Failariel, I'm sorry to hear about the burned out elements in your BlueBird. That is not at all characteristic of a Paragon kiln.

How did the element(s) fail the first two times you replaced them?...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2012-05-29, 8:48am
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Posted By Arnold Howard
I am pleased that the repair was fairly minor....

I am pleased that the repair was fairly minor. When something goes wrong with a kiln, I look at the least expensive repairs first. Often a kiln can be repaired by replacing a loose wire or a...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2012-05-23, 3:11pm
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Posted By Arnold Howard
If the kiln does not heat at all, a relay may...

If the kiln does not heat at all, a relay may have burned out instead of an element. The muffle has two elements.

Sincerely,

Arnold Howard
Paragon Industries, L.P., Mesquite, Texas USA...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2012-05-23, 5:35am
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Posted By Arnold Howard
[QUOTE=EJohnsonArtGlass;4003021]I bought my...

[QUOTE=EJohnsonArtGlass;4003021]I bought my Paragon SC2 bead in kiln about 5 years ago. Last summer the element burned out and I had to replace the entire liner (the "muffle"). This cost about...
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