Caring for your kiln sitter

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How do I care for my kiln sitter?

Caring for your kiln sitter

Due to heat, corrosion and mechanical wear, the kiln sitter may get out of adjustment over a period of normal operation. The repeated fall for the weight of the kiln sitter may possibly force the trigger to creep. To insure consistent firing it is recommended that the adjustment of the sitter be checked about every 20 firings.

   

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