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  • Insulated Door

    I'm looking for an insulated door for my Casa2G 100. Forno Bravo does not make one for my oven. The closest thing I have found is a fireplace store that recommended a door insulating cord attached to the existing door. Not that need it.....but I sure would like to mainatain heat for an additonal day. Any suggestions?

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    Re: Insulated Door

    Most people on the forum build their own from two pieces of steel sandwiching fiberboard or CF blanket. Best option for construction is if you have access to a welder or a friend who welds, but there are several nice examples of doors built with rivets or screws.

    Wood doors aren't recommended except as a decorative cover in the front.
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