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  • #31
    Re: To Thermal Break or not to Thermal Break? That is the question.

    I don't have any experience with other types of floor heatbreaks. Nor, any experience with an oven without one. But, this is what I did and the results that I am getting:

    I used the cf tape to seperate the oven floor brick from the entry floor brick. I let the top 1/4" fill in with ash. There is not a huge gap between the two, probalby about 3/16". Sorry for the grease stained floor pics. But, the ribs were great! .

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    • #32
      Re: To Thermal Break or not to Thermal Break? That is the question.

      WFO's wear grease marks like a badge of honour. I am sure the ribs were great!
      Cheers ......... Steve

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      • #33
        Re: To Thermal Break or not to Thermal Break? That is the question.

        An update on that I posted on Leetheldc's thread about that same nasty stain and the heat break .

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