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    The dome of my 47" pompeii-oven has a interior height of nearly 28". It should be a tuscan but the dome is looking a little bit more than an egg . Also the door is a little bit too big. Opening width 21.25"/height 13.75"
    Is heat reflecting enough to make good pizza?

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    Re: too much interior height

    Hi Dennis,

    It's probably a little higher than you might have wanted, but I am sure the oven will cook very well. Take you time curing, bringing it up to heat slowly, and once you have it fully heated, it will be fine.

    This is a commercial oven, right? I think it will help that it is fired all the time, and practically speaking, the higher dome should provide a cushion that holds heat and makes the oven efficient with wood.

    Let us know how it goes.
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