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Received Kilm

Posted by jjaazzy (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 30, 11 at 20:29

I received a Kilm from my Aunt it is a small 110 electric one. Not real small but I have never used one and I think she said this one needs repair. Where or how do I find someone to work on a kilm and where would I go to find information on how to run it. I am in south florida area, Ft. Lauderdale.


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RE: Received Kilm

I'm not sure where in S Florida you are, but I found this list by goggling "kiln repair near Miami, FL" and there were several other sites that showed up too.
It also depends on who made your kiln, etc. For instance JenKen Kilns is in Lakeland, and they're very nice people.
If you look for the maker & contact them I'm sure they have a list of recommended repair shops too.
Good Luck!

Here is a link that might be useful: repair place list


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RE: Received Kilm

Thank you all very good leads. I will check it out,


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