No, Bracker’s doesn’t stock or sell used equipment, but we can help with your search. We recommend the following Facebook groups as places to check for used kilns or equipment: The Ceramicist’s Attic Potters Used Tools and Equipment Potter’s Attic Again...There are many reasons why the fiber can fall out of the kiln prematurely, that said, it’s not that hard to put back in place. Here’s a step by step guide: Place the kiln upside down on a bucket so that it sits flat and stable with the opening upwards....The diameter is approx 18” and comfortably fits a 15-1/2” full kiln shelf. It’s 24” tall on the side, but keep in mind that the bottom shelf will be supported by a 4.5” x 9” x 2.5” soft firebrick. To get a better look at the kiln size and standard setup, you may wish...Yes, we regularly stock items like thermocouples and relays for most major ceramics equipment brands as well as other frequently needed parts. In addition, because we have our own resident repair technician we can help you figure out exactly what parts you need and...Yes. Bracker’s has its own ceramics repair technician. David Sturm is knowledgeable about kilns, wheels, slabrollers, extruders, pugmills, and mixers. For more information or to request his help please click here.