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Why would two or more elements burn out at the same time?

Two elements rarely burn out at the same time. It's usually one element that burns out. if multiple elements stop firing, it is usually due to a bad switch or a wire with a damaged terminal.

Another possibility: are those two elements wired in series? If so, when one element burns out, both will stop firing. If they are wired in parallel, it would be unlikely that both would burn out at the same time.

Has glaze dripped onto the wall of your kiln? If so, that could burn out multiple elements, too.

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