Congratulations on your new Seattle Pottery Supply Kiln!
Welcome to your everything-you-need-to-know-about-your-new-kiln page. Use this as your resource to register your warranty, look for tips, learn about set up, watch maintenance videos, and more. Make sure to bookmark this page so you can refer back as needed!
[insert video] Assembling Your Kiln: In this video, our General Manager, Denny Porter, shares how to put your kiln together out of the box.
[insert video] Connecting Kiln Electrical Box: There’s a bit of (really simple, we promise) wiring you’ll need to do. Here, Denny gives you a step-by-step how-to.
[insert video] Plugging in Your Kiln: Denny shares the best way to plug in your new kiln.
[insert video] Lid Assist Kiln Disassembly and Assembly: Our kilns that come with the lid assist need some basic assembly (and disassembly if you want to move the kiln later). Here, Denny shows you how to take it apart and put it back together.
Register your warranty
Your new Seattle Pottery Supply kiln comes with a 1 year warranty - but you need to register it! Please enter your information below, so that we have your warranty on record.
Your first firing
This is the fun part! Let's get that kiln going on your first firing. Here's everything you need to know.
[link to PDF] Using your kiln for the first time: Yay! This is the part we’re all excited about. Here is a quick guide to that all-important first firing.
Digital Controller Manuals (Bartlett V6CF, or Genesis 2.0): Full manuals from the maker of the digital controller, either the Bartlett V6CF, or Genesis 2.0. Your controller (the only thing with buttons) is the digital controller that needs to be programmed. It’s a bit like the keypad on your microwave, rather than a real “computer.” Just like a microwave, you have to press various buttons to set a defrost timer, etc.
[insert video] Kiln Operation: here, Denny shows you the basics on how to operate your kiln.